About this blogI am a rural minister with a heart for mission. This blog contains some random thoughts, inspirations and useful bits and pieces from my context.
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Lent is traditionally a time of self-reflection and prayer to prepare for Easter. Rather than giving something up why not do something special to demonstrate your commitment to following the way of Jesus. Here are some ideas… Support your prayer … Continue reading
Several Lordsbridge churches created Christmas Child boxes this year, some for the first time. Most boxes from this area will be packed and transported to the further reaches of Eastern Europe.
I quoted from this poem at the Remembrance Day service in Hardwick this year. It’s from the collection ‘Prayers for a Privileged People’ by theologian and writer Walter Brueggemann. The Threat Upon Us Summertime . . . when the living … Continue reading
At the beginning of December most of us are filling in our plans for celebrating Christmas – who we’ll be staying with, who is coming to us, which gatherings we will be part of, which places and events we will … Continue reading
GenR8 are running a children’s session as part of the area-wide, multi-denominational celebration service on 25 November. To avoid the queues, please pre-register your child (aged 5-11) for the GenR8 session, by sending the following details to Vicki Farmer, by email: … Continue reading
All Christians living in the villages and towns west of Cambridge are invited to gather for the annual celebration at Comberton Leisure on Sunday 25 November at 10.30. This service is supported by the local Anglican team churches, the Baptist, … Continue reading