Monthly Archives: June 2021

Unexpected conversations at the bagging area

Strange things happen to clergy when they go into supermarkets wearing their clerical collars. On Wednesday I was scanning my shopping at the self-checkout when someone came up to me and asked if I was a vicar and then asked … Continue reading

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Imagine a world without any music

Imagine a world without any music. No songs, no bird song, no playing of the merry organ or sweet singing in the choir. Back in February 2020 this would have been unimaginable, at least it was to me, and then … Continue reading

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Saying ‘Yes’ to the Kingdom of God

This weekend the political leaders of the G7 nations have been meeting in Cornwall. Described on their website as “the only forum where the world’s most influential and open societies and advanced economies are brought together for close-knit discussions”, it … Continue reading

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Counted into the family of Christ

Family relationships popped up in the church calendar on Friday. For some reason not in the Church in Wales calendar but the Church of England one. On Friday we remembered Petroc, Abbot of Padstow in Cornwall and also with a … Continue reading

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