Monthly Archives: July, 2013

Ola Gjeilo… excerpts from the Sunrise Mass

I am struck again by the spiritual music of Ola Gjeilo. This young Norwegian brings spirituality , musicality and contextuality together. This is a wonderful expression of how God fills every molecule of creation. Enjoy

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A summer Christmas

Had a wonderful service this week … the theme was …a summer Christmas !. Let me explain …we hear the Christmas story in December , and how God came to dwell with us , God Immanuel , God and the Incarnation , however I think during the year, we need reminding about the fact that …

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‘God-centered’ Families

Family trees…… more to the point tracing family trees. Who has traced their family tree?. There are even books and leaflets you can get on how to do it properly. The TV schedules have really gone to town on this; many celebrities have traced their families. The newsreader Moira Stuart, and David Tenant otherwise known as Dr …

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God and Retinitis Pigmentosa

'A flickering light is dimming', A Theological reflection to expectant sight loss

The Cooking Cleric

A food and drink blog from a clergyman in south west Surrey

Honest about my faith

How the Christian faith makes a difference in my life.

Talks2Children

Children's Ministry Ideas...

Faith Formation Journeys

Let us walk with you on the journey of faith. Whether your feet are big or small, fresh or worn, running or crawling, God's love goes with you and you stand on holy ground.

My Journey of Faith

I'm a spouse, dad, Episcopal priest, teacher, coach, and flight instructor. I am seeking God's presence in all folks I encounter.

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Use words if necessary

Spirlaw

living faith in the secular world

Godspace

spirituality, sustainability, hospitality and community

an inquiring and discerning heart

a gift of joy and wonder in all god's works

The Fat Pastor

Love God. Live Well. Do Good.

Random Ramblings

Sometimes my mind wanders ...

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