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They devoted themselves to prayer

These are reflections I offered at a 9.30 service of Communion in St Peter and St Paul’s in Dry Drayton for Sunday 28 May 2017, the Sunday that fell in the period between Ascension Day and Pentecost and during the Archbishop of Canterbury’s … Continue reading

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Ely Cathedral pilgrimages in December

Ely Cathedral pilgrimages to reflect on what it means to be “People fully alive”. The following dates are available for parish pilgrimages at Ely Cathedral:- Tuesday, 1 December (with the option to stay on for candlelit Compline at 9.00 pm, … Continue reading

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5 places for you to think and pray

This short article will (hopefully) appear in Hardwick Happenings and Dry Drayton News in due course. I don’t know if prayer is your practice, or whether time to think is more what you need, or perhaps both.  If you find … Continue reading

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Notes from ‘Call to Pray’ in Lent 2015

The notes from the Lordsbridge prayer evening earlier in March can be downloaded via the link below.  Please download them and use in your own private prayer or in small groups. Call to Pray in Lent 2015

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Notes from ‘Call to pray’ Jan 2015

For those who couldn’t make it but still want to pray for the ministry and witness of our network of churches, here are the notes we used to direct our prayers: “A voice of one calling in the desert, ‘Prepare … Continue reading

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‘Call to Pray’ – notes from December prayer evening

These are the notes from the team-wide prayer evening held on 3 December for those who would like to use them for prayer at home or in other gatherings. You can download a copy for printing here. “Arise, shine, for … Continue reading

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Words for remembering and responding

Remembering Friends, let us remember before God, all those who have died in war. They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and … Continue reading

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