This sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Wednesday 29 January 2020. You can listen again here … More God’s Mazes
Perhaps one of music’s most infamous compositions is John Cage’s 1952 piece, 4’33” (pronounced Four Minutes Thirty Three Seconds, or more simply, Four-Thirty Three) … More The Sound of Silence
We’ve just heard one of the best-known parables of Jesus. It speaks of the sower sowing the seed. Some of the seed was eaten by birds, some choked by weed, some didn’t have enough soil to send down roots. But some produced flourishing plants that themselves produced plenty of grain … More Letting the Word take root and flourish.
Hi Jesus. It’s Sue here. I’m sorry I missed the briefing this morning – I was just sorting out the cat sitters. I’ve got you on Bluetooth so I’ll just finish packing as we talk … More Travelling Light
I think most readers of these articles know that for me, music is a key component of worship. This came up in a recent Bible Study discussion about worship, and I commented how frustrating it is when congregants complain that they didn’t know all the hymns … More When all else fails, Listen
Communication is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? Particularly when we really listen.
I don’t know about your experience but, sometimes I feel that I am not being listened to terribly well by the teenagers in my life … More When God Speaks
On April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was speaking to a packed church in Memphis trying to stir the conscience of America. As he did so he recounted the struggle for human rights and the challenge that continued to lay ahead … More Listen and Anticipate