In a museum, many years ago, there was an amazing exhibit. It was a tiny globe, just a few feet in diameter, yet it held so much mystery and so much beauty within it that people travelled for miles and miles, just to see it. There were always crowds around it and queues lined up, patiently waiting for their turn to view the wonder … More October’s Letter from the Vicar
The theme of our retreat at Parcivall Hall this year was ‘On Holiday with God’. Although God is with us at all times and we do not need to ‘go on holiday with God’, a retreat is the opportunity to put aside time specifically to be with God … More On Holiday with God
Last month Rev Deborah and I chose the theme of walking with Jesus for Messy Church.
We began with an activity about his birth and then focussed on a couple of parables and miracles. Trying to imagine ourselves walking with Jesus as the disciples had, watching and learning from him … More Walking with Jesus
Anthony Bloom, a leader in the Orthodox Church, wrote many books on prayer and meditation. One piece of advice has stuck in my mind. If you are choosing a piece of scripture for meditation, choose either a passage that really sets your heart on fire, or one that you find really difficult … More Duelling with God
Have you ever thought of joining us for Peregrini morning prayer? Peregrini prayer is based on five rhythms of grace … More Praying Alphabetically
This reflection was given by our Authorised Lay Minister Carol during Morning Worship on on Sunday 13 June 2021.
During Lent we received a packet of seeds to plant representing new life, nurture, and growth. Let’s call these our Kingdom Seeds … More Kingdom Seeds – a reflection by ALM Carol O
Rev Sue preached this sermon on Wednesday 12 May – the day before Ascension Day. Here it is for you again:
I don’t know whether you have ever been to Glastonbury. As a child looking out from our garden, I could see the distinctive shape of Glastonbury Tor rising out of the Somerset levels … More Knowing the unknown God
This evening our ALM Carol offers a reflective service of Peregrini Evening Prayer for Holy Tuesday … More Peregrini Evening Prayer for Holy Tuesday
Let’s go back to ancient times and imagine that civilisation is underway. Humans are learning to live together in societies and inevitably are discovering that it is inherent in our human nature for individuals and tribes to fight their own corner, so there is conflict, jealously and violence … More Our Mission Action Plan for 2021