Monthly Archives: September 2013

Hymn of the week: I will sing the wondrous story

‘I will sing the wondrous story’ was written by Baptist pastor Francis H. Rowley. In his own words: I was minister of the First Baptist Church of North Adams [Massachusetts] at the time the hymn was written in 1886, as … Continue reading

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Old dog, new tech

This week I finally gave up on my year old phone, an HTC One V. I cracked the (so-called Gorilla glass) screen some time ago. The USB socket had been loose ever since I got it, making recharging a hit … Continue reading

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Hymn of the week: Behold the servant of the Lord!

The theme we followed  in worship this Sunday was ‘the Potter and the clay’, following Jeremiah 18:1-10, which describes Jeremiah’s visit to a potter’s house and how God spoke to Jeremiah through the actions of the potter. This is a … Continue reading

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Embedding the Ethos of Belonging Together

An important three year project has just come to a close, as the Methodist Media Service reports: The Belonging Together project has sought to affirm values of inclusiveness across the Methodist Connexion through the production of resources and new ways … Continue reading

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