Holiday season seems to have arrived at Saint Wilfrid’s, with many of you either on holiday or have recently returned from hot and sunny climes. It has been lovely hearing your holiday stories, including throwing in the comment ‘it really was too hot!’ It is very kind of you to have brought the weather home…

Someone was heard to say the other day ‘at last a quiet time has arrived’ ….and sometimes there is a sense that once we have got through Lent, Holy Week, Easter, May Fayre and Annual Meetings we have arrived at a quieter place. However looking back over the last couple of months since the May…

One of the aspects of ordained ministry that I enjoy (and never cease to be fascinated by) is how we are involved in a number of independent and apparently isolated activities. The variety of things I do day by day and week by week seems to be endless – visiting school; taking home communion to…

I am currently in a familiar sequence of events – a bit like riding a roller coaster. There is the build up through Lent to the intensity of Holy Week and then the Easter celebrations. We then pause briefly to enjoy the ‘new life of Christ’ before it feels like the ride is off again…

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