26 June 2022 – Newsletter
Internal journeys. Invite you to take centring breath and feel the breath relaxing and refreshing your tired bodies. Please bring to mind a hymn you feel best presents a metaphor for God’s strength; faithfulness; dependability; or ability to secure, comfort, protect, sustain, or uphold. Feel free to share the verse, phrase, or metaphor from the hymn that stands most meaningful to you, listing the phrases or metaphors on poster paper with a coloured marker. Ask “What were your fears as a child, and what helped you to feel safe when you were afraid?” and list your answers on the poster paper, using a black marker for the fears.Read More..
12 June 2022 – Holy Trinity – Newsletter
'Up' our Business. Last year, following a comprehensive strategic review, our former bank withdrew from providing services to SMEs like our parish. So, I tried to get onboard a new bank. The journey was not that smooth; but Mike Casey, Secretary of our Finance Committee was with me, geared with his professional support. The greatest lesson I learnt from this task was, out there everything is ‘Transactional’!Read More..
17 April 2022 – Easter Sunday – Newsletter
“Let him easter in us, Be a dayspring to the dimness of us, Be a crimson-cresseted east.” Easter Everyone! --- An Easter Prayer --- Dear God, on this day of new beginnings, we celebrate your goodness and faithfulness. Once again, the story of the empty tomb reminds us Easter is about starting over when we thought all hope was gone.Read More..
10 April 2022 – Palm Sunday – Newsletter
On this day of Palm and Passion, we journey with Jesus. He prepares the way, asks us to trust him, and sends us out to connect with others. Morning by morning we wake in love, strengthened to meet the day ahead. In the evening we rest in the comfort and confidence of everlasting love.Read More..
3 April 2022 – Newsletter
In the first reading for today, the prophet Isaiah is addressing the Israelites who are exile in Babylon. In many ways, these people had given up on God. They seemed to think that God was done with them. They stopped looking for the hand of God in their present situation. When we stop looking for God, it is nearly certain that we won’t find God.Read More..