Monthly Archives: November 2010

Advent reading

I thought I’d re-visit Paula Gooder’s book this Advent. ‘The meaning is in the waiting-the Spirit of Advent’ My spiritual life feels strangely in the doldrums at the moment. It must be Advent! I seem to remember Paula saying something … Continue reading

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Take off your shoes, Sarah…

You are walking on Holy Ground (and I don’t just mean the carpet in the classrooms) Here is a picture of the reception class, age 4, completely caught up in the moment, teaching us grown ups how to pray.  At … Continue reading

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Me and God

Sorry to be so quiet.  This is what I wrote on this blog just over a year ago. Blogging versus journalling. I am not a wordsmith and am jealous of those who can express their encounter with the divine with … Continue reading

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Surprised by God

The act of remembrance at the first school yesterday was profoundly prayerful and moving. It was wonderful to watch the adults who were present allowing God to touch them. THANK YOU kids for showing them how to pray. You were … Continue reading

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Clergy well being

‘Well,’ said the bishop as I came to the end of a day of grueling interviews, ‘the panels have been asking you lots of questions, is there anything you would like to ask us?’ ‘Yes’ I said. ‘If I become … Continue reading

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