“What are you learning in Sunday school?” “Last week,” the boy replied, “our lesson was about when Jesus went to a wedding and turned water into wine.” Then the host said, “And what did you learn from that story?” The boy replied, “If you’re going to have a wedding, make sure you invite Jesus!” … More The Wedding at Cana
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for the third Sunday of Epiphany, livestreamed this morning by Rev Sue.
We begin with the hymn “Father, Lord of all Creation” … More Epiphany 3
This service was streamed live on our parish Facebook page. Here is a transcription for you to reflect on … More Maundy Thursday
It’s a happy story, who isn’t happy at a wedding – just look at any wedding photographs, everyone is smiling and seems to be having a good time. Our wedding in Cana is also a feelgood story and a complete story with a beginning, middle and end … More John 2.1-11
One of the things I find interesting in Proverbs is the fact that Wisdom is personified as a woman in a patriarchal society and a strong woman at that … More Seven Pillars of the Spirit
I wonder if you can remember when you stopped believing in Father Christmas. I was about 4 when I queried the possibility of a man getting down our chimney. My mother, who was a fairly literal person, did not attempt a convincing answer. On the other hand, my daughter was still a firm believer at the age of 25 … More Belief in Miracles
Everything was perfect. The perfect day. The guests dressed up to the nines, the ceremony, the food – until the wine ran out. Disaster! … More Water into Wine/Launch of the Year of Mission