Last Sunday was Easter, when we emerge from the reflection and mourning of Lent to the celebration of the resurrection. I was down in Cornwall, at the Lookout on the cliffs at Boscastle at 6:30am, which felt like the middle of the night with the clocks having gone forwards. We arrived in complete dark, in […]
Trinity Sunday – John 31-7 Morning Communion, Trinity, 31st May 2015 Who do you pray to? Do you pray to the Father, as Jesus did? Or do you pray directly to Jesus? Or sometimes one, sometimes the other? And do you pray to the Spirit? I suspect that, like me, you may not always be […]
An Englishman, an Irishman, and a Scotsman walked into a bar, and the barman said, “Is this a joke”.
There are not many jokes in the Bible. You may think that was not one either – one to think about. But there is humour.
Today we are going to be following our reading about the wedding at Cana. It is, in many ways, a rather strange story. We know it well, but there are some odd things here