Monthly Archives: February 2013

Exhibition: ‘Death: A Self-Portrait’ (Wellcome Collection)

The universality of ‘Death,’ with the realization that we will all die, encouraged me to begin the conversation of my mortality visually, rather than talking or reading about it. – Richard Harris For ages I’ve been trying to get along to … Continue reading

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Major Churches join call for tough action on climate change

News from the Methodist Media Service: The Government’s new Energy Bill must prioritise low carbon power, say five of Britain’s major Churches. In a statement published in today’s Financial Times, the Baptist Union of Great Britain, Church of Scotland, Methodist … Continue reading

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The Saxon Church of St Laurence, Bradford-on-Avon

Sunday morning found us killing a couple of hours in Bradford-on-Avon, having stayed overnight at a hotel just outside the town following a family wedding nearby. It has to be said that Bradford-on-Avon is a very pleasant place to kill … Continue reading

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Sermon: Ashes and Valentines

A short sermon for yesterday evening’s Circuit Ash Wednesday Service. Joel 2:12-17 Easter, and therefore Ash Wednesday, is early this year. One of the curious results is that this year Ash Wednesday is followed by Valentine’s Day, which is, as … Continue reading

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