D Day Remembered

  6 June 1944  0630 Allied Troops landed on the Normandy cost at this time 75 years ago. If, prayers are in the eternal then they can go back in time. Back to those who saved the world from an evil that is only now starting to walk the earth again. Let us then join [...]

Thanks

Thanks As we continue travelling with Christians around the world in the global prayer movement 'Thy Kingdom Come', we wonder at God's generosity and creativity. Prayer   O God of all creation before whom all the flowers of the field bow down, as with gratitude we recognise your provision and possibility for all on earth, [...]

God’s gift of music

Here in Britain we coming to the end of an exceptionally warm summer. Although the heat was sometimes trying, it was also an invitation to get out and enjoy God’s world. Because, our planet is a truly amazing and beautiful gift. However, hills and glens are not his only divine donation to our well-being. This [...]

Living Words

  Psalm 30 Last weekend was exceptional.  It also didn’t rain at the Glastonbury. Music Festival! And so, it was in warm sunshine that Barry Gibb, the surviving Bee Gee, sang:     It's only words, and words are all I have to take your heart away Well, since then I have had a week [...]

Good old days?

The outdoor museum gave a real snapshot of Victorian life. The wing-collared tram driver was friendly. The starched shop assistants were informative. The stable lads were jocular. For the children,  the sweet shop with its smell of hot sugar was the best. The mother was fascinated by the drapers where every purchase was wrapped in [...]

Communion – the movie in your mind

Just recently, I made a short animated video to promote St Luke’s. As this has proved popular on the web, I thought I might try my hand at one on communion. But then a question struck me. And it is – what is sacrament of Holy Communion really all about? Well, of course, I would [...]