Monthly Archives: November 2009

Brilliant fun with Advent

Just returned from the Advent Carol service.  The village kids at All Saints managed to decorate and light 120 jar jams.  Each jam jar was covered in tissue paper and glitter and contained a tea light.  The church path is … Continue reading

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Christmas is coming.

I took the ‘Travelling nativity Box’ with all the knitted nativity figures into the award assembly at St A’s this morning to show the children. It was my ideal opportunity to catch parents and get them to sign up to … Continue reading

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Glow sticks

Health and safety policeman  (vicar) is fretting (he is probably right) about me using real candles at the Christingle service this year because it co-incides with a Christmas Tree festival.  Young children/flames/Christmas tree decorations have the potential for disaster. He … Continue reading

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More miracles and madness

Threw  two year 6 classes together this afternoon.  Hmmm…sixty kids I don’t know very well.  Vicar thinks I’m mad.  He may well be right!  But, it’s the mad things that keep me smiling. More miracles, and more insight from the … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday MUM!

love from gloriousthings.

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It’s a miracle

Every November the year 6’s up at the middle school do a unit in their R.E lessons called miracles.  And every year I get asked in to talk about what Christians think about miracles.  Hmmm…. I have to say that … Continue reading

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The Office

I love the daily rhythm of prayer but ‘saying’ the office on ones own everyday is a lonely experience.  I know that there are others praying but sometimes I long to listen rather than read and I long to hear … Continue reading

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