Monthly Archives: April 2012

In Wesley’s footsteps (6): Snow Hill

Modern day Snow Hill is a rather featureless street descending from Holborn Viaduct past the west door of the church of St Sepulchre to Farringdon Street, which runs along the old Fleet valley. In John Wesley’s day the Fleet was … Continue reading

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Hymn of the week: Low in the grave he lay

I really enjoyed leading worship at Archway this morning. Eight young people confirmed during the service, a full church and a real sense of celebration. When it comes to choosing Easter hymns I tend to stick to traditional favourites. I … Continue reading

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