AARON. HOLINESS on the head, Light and perfection on the breast, Harmonious bells below raising the dead To lead them unto life and rest. Thus are true Aarons drest. Profaneness in my head, Defects and darkness in my breast, A noise of passions ringing me for dead Unto a place where is no rest: Poor… Continue reading Aaron
This morning I went up to Church for Morning Prayer, when I arrived the man from Wessex Water was there – come to investigate a possible leak. As I made him a coffee conversation did its thing and shortly I found myself on that familiar territory I encounter so often when talking to folk from… Continue reading Water Man brings ideology
One of the great challenges of life, and Parish life is no different, is what I call ‘getting the balance right’. Whether it is balancing family and friends, work and socialising, or – as has been the case these past few weeks for me – Pastoral and Functional work. Let me Explain: Most ministers and… Continue reading Hitting the Scales
I just want to say, right here right now: “Thank You God”. This evening after Alpha as Kat and I were getting ready to go to bed, an envelope dropped through the door. In it was enough money to buy a better-than-replacement for our defunct Car. I will write more about this soon. But Thank… Continue reading Thankyou, Thankyou, Thankyou, Thankyou, Thankyou….
Amazing Grace – I found this looking for something on YouTube – Fantastic…
“What Time is it?” Eccles. (3:1-9) Goon Fans will see what I did there with that title, those who haven’t a clue should play this: I wonder what it is we most like about this time of year? For me Autumn is one of my favourite seasons, to misquote Louis Armstrong – I love the… Continue reading "What Time is it?" Eccles.