Today’s gospel reading, at first glance, is a curious little story. Jesus had performed many healings, including restoring the sight of blind people, so why did he take this man out of the village, put saliva on his eyes and lay hands on him twice? Presumably Jesus could have healed him instantly. As with many of Jesus miracles, the answer lies in its symbolic significance … More I See Men as Trees Walking
What sort of person are you? A very leading question and not a pick-up question (am a bit long in the tooth for that sort of approach), but what sort of things do you like to watch or read? … More Servant Messiah
Rachel Treweek is the Bishop of Gloucester. In 2019 she had a Sabbatical – a time away from her normal duties for reflection and study. The result was a book “Encounters” … More Encounters: Jesus, connection and story: Past, present and future, by Rachel Treweek
Sometimes, it seems God has a sense of humour. Last weekend I had a look at the gospel for Wednesday’s service. John 6:35-40. “I am the bread of life” and “I will raise him up on the last day”. That got me thinking about Christian attitudes to the body … More Whose Body?
Welcome to our service of Wholeness and Wellbeing for April, offered by our ALM Carol.
Here is this month’s service of Wholeness and Wellbeing, offered by our ALM Carol … More Wholeness and Wellbeing
Welcome to our service to mark World Cancer Day. Hopefully you will find it both informative and uplifting … More World Cancer Day 2021
Here is this month’ service ow Wholeness and Wellbeing, courtesy of our ALM, Carol … More Wholeness and Wellbeing
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion, live-streamed from the vicarage by Rev Deborah. https://fb.watch/37MJbYx8xI/
Our ALM Carol offers prayers, reading and reflections for our wholeness and wellbeing … More Wholeness and Well-Being