Thought for the Week

04
Jun

Physics and Stardust, Creeds and Compassion

Just over 100 years ago Albert Einstein developed the best known equation in physics –  E=mc2. The equation describes the intimate relationship between energy (E), mass (m) and the speed […]

22
May

Rogation Days

In the run-up to Ascension Day on Thursday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are Rogation Days. These days are less well known in the church than they used to be, since […]

10
May

Christian Aid

Have you read the reading from the Acts of the Apostles which was set for Sunday, 7th May? It tells us of the very beginning of the Christian Church. It […]

10
May

On the Road to Emmaus

Luke 24:13-35 – On the Road to Emmaus Two classic rock tracks for you in this ‘Thought for the Week’, first from 1975 Eric Clapton from the album, ‘E.C. Was […]

09
Apr

The whole of Holy Week

Immersive theatre is a popular form of entertainment in which the audience become participants in the drama. The distinction between actor and spectator becomes blurred. Entering Holy Week is rather […]

03
Apr

Seeds of Faith

Spring is well and truly here – the blossom is fragrant, buds and leaves give the trees and bushes a green shimmer. What is growing all around us – whether […]

21
Mar

Further on up the road

It’s not a Biblical quote, it’s not a Spiritual line, it’s a track title released by the amazing Mr Eric Clapton in 1975! (who was once asked to play at […]

02
Mar

Psalm 139

12        For you yourself created my inmost parts; ♦ you knit me together in my mother’s womb. 13        I thank you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; […]

07
Feb

Salt and Light

In the Church’s readings for this week, Jesus tells his followers that they are to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. Just what did […]

31
Jan

Candlemas

This week we commemorate “The presentation of Christ in the Temple”, also known as “Candlemas”. It’s a pivot point in the Church’s year, marking the end of the Christmas season […]

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