AT A carol service last Sunday, hosted by Open Table, an inclusive Christian community in Liverpool, I read one of the readings, which I found moving, inspiring and too good not to share.
AT A carol service last Sunday, hosted by Open Table, an LGBT Christian community in Liverpool, I read one of the readings, which I found moving, inspiring and too good not to share. The poem, called Coming Out by Sigrid Rutishauser-James, draws on the image of light in darkness, which was the theme of the whole service:
If you need some Christmas cheer, watch this amazing a capella retelling of the first Christmas story in only four minutes…
At a carol service last Sunday, hosted by Open Table, an LGBT Christian community in Liverpool, I read one of the readings, which I found moving, inspiring and too good not to share: The most powerful place from which to renew the face of the earth is the bottom of the heap.
WHEN I STARTED this blog I aimed to write a short post each week. I managed for about six weeks, but some of the posts were not so short as I was writing about issues and experiences that had been on my mind for months and years. But life began to take over and I […]
A TASTE OF AUSTRALIA will be with us for Christmas this year – a ginger and banana Christmas pudding! Lighter and less rich than the traditional British pudding, my partner has been making this every Christmas for years, and I am delighted he has kept the tradition going since moving to the UK. He is […]
TODAY IS THE FIRST Sunday in Advent, the time of preparation for the Christian celebration of Christmas. Each of the four candles reminds us of those who prepared the way for the coming of Jesus: The first is for the patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the forefathers of the Hebrew people and the founders of […]
8AM – Sunrise over the streets of south Liverpool 8PM – Early Christmas meal with colleagues For the background to the Photo A Day challenge, please read the intro to Day 1 here.
YESTERDAY CHRISTMAS came to our street, when these ‘green’ decorations appeared on the street lights. They are Christmas trees that wrap around the pole of the lamp post, with a solar panel attached at the top where the star might go. During the day, the trees are not lit, but as soon as it gets […]
AS I LEFT home this morning, workmen were installing Christmas decorations on the street lights outside our house. It seems a little early to be putting up decorations, but I suppose it is only four weeks until Christmas Eve. Our decorations remain in the cupboard.