Easter Day - Choral Eucharist

Six weeks ago, shortly after the beginning of Lent, I was in Jerusalem where with the Dean I was leading my third Diocesan Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

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Easter Day - 9am

Dark and cheerless is the morn unaccompanied by Thee; joyless is the day's return, till Thy mercy's beams I see, till they inward light impart, glad my eyes, and warm my heart.

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Easter Day - Solemn Evensong

Can you believe it! It’s 35 years this June since ‘Blackadder’ first appeared on our TV screens. And who’s the most important character – Queenie, Nursie, Lord Melchett, Flashheart, the eponymous hero himself?

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Tuesday in Holy Week

The once sunny sky must have become cloudy. Someone thought that they heard thunder. They were listening to Jesus teaching. This is what Jesus was spending his time doing; he could never stop it, never stop teaching the people. After all he was a natural.

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The Fifth Sunday of Lent - Choral Evensong - Eve of the Feast of St Joseph

In Homer’s epic poem, ‘The Odyssey’, Telemachus, when asked by Pallas Athene whether or not he was the son of Odysseus, replied: “It is a wise child who knows its own father." That’s where the saying comes from that we’re more familiar with and which came to my mind as we prepare this evening to celebrate the Feast of St Joseph tomorrow.

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Fourth Sunday of Lent - Choral Evensong

For the last few weeks, whether or not we are mothers, have mothers alive and in contact, have parental responsibilities of any kind, are men, women or transgender, none of us can fail to have noticed the cards, flowers and gifts for Mother’s Day prominently displayed in shops and supermarkets

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