Monthly Archives: November 2015

Have yourself a holy Advent

Today is Advent Sunday, the beginning of the Church’s year. Because of the way Advent Calendars tend to work, starting on 1st December, we have a few days left for a last minute buy, if you haven’t yet got hold … Continue reading

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Hidden Treasures in the Tower Base

Whenever the builders are in there is inevitably some disruption. We have the decorators in Peterborough Parish Church at the moment but there are spin off benefits. It has given me the opportunity to take a closer look at details … Continue reading

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Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité: ideals to hold to

Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité, the motto of France stands this weekend as a reminder of what is under threat when atrocity strikes. Freedom, the equality of all people – whoever they are or whatever their views, and a profound sense of … Continue reading

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Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité: Prayer for Paris

A prayer for Paris, following the atrocities on Friday 13th November 2015 God of liberty, your Spirit sets us free to flourish and delight in your love and goodness. God of equality, you adopt us as your children to be … Continue reading

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Bond: licensed to kill and not to kill

Bond is back! The new film, Spectre, was released a couple of weeks ago and last week we went to sample the delights that are a new Bond film. I’m enjoying the backstory that we are getting with the more … Continue reading

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All Saints Day: celebrating light and hope

It has been an interesting weekend with a jumble of stories being told. It seems that Halloween, as a story of ghosts, ghouls, and all things ghastly has grown significantly over the last few years. For some this is clearly … Continue reading

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