and in as many ways as possible, it is good to give thanks. Today I shared home communion with a lovely couple and we gave thanks for their many granchildren and great-grandchildren. Yesterday, at the first family service in St A’s in ages, we listened to Ephesians 5. 15-20 then wrote our thank yous on paper flower petals and floated then on trays of water. As we watched the petals slowly open we sang, ‘Give thanks with a grateful heart’.