Weekly Reflection by Peter 18th Sept

Weekly Reflection by Peter 18th Sept

Normally this is Harvest but in this strange world of 2020, it is the preparation for the Annual Meetings. These should have happened by the end of May, but they have been delayed. We will be holding our Annual Parish Meeting – for the election of Church Wardens – and...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 18th Sept

Weekly Reflection by Peter 11th Sept

Friday September 11th – Today is “9/11” – two numbers together that mean so much – though it is now nearly 20 years ago that the awful event happened. So many died and so many had their lives changed for ever, whether from wounds, from dust inhalation...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 18th Sept

Weekly Reflection by Peter 4th Sept

“I lift my eyes to the hills: From where does my help come?” “Our help comes from the Lord, who has made heaven and earth.” (Psalm 121 v 1) September 6th will mark exactly a year since I was licensed as Team Rector. Little did I know, or any of us know, what the...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 18th Sept

Weekly Reflection by Peter 28th Aug

A Bank Holiday weekend should be a time for get-togethers, time-out, celebrating, and for me, the August Bank Holiday marks the end of summer and the beginning of autumn; I always think you can sense the shift in atmosphere and see it in the light and in the trees....
Weekly Reflection by Peter 18th Sept

Weekly Reflection by Peter 21st Aug

A microscopic virus plays havoc with the world – it keeps us apart and there is the fear of contagion. Countries are not safe to travel to or from. Various versions of vaccines are being developed but which are the good ones? And also in the news, along with...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 18th Sept

Weekly Reflection by Peter 14th Aug

This week will have been dominated for many families by the A level results – and the anxiety and then either relief or frustration / disappointment / anger. For others, this would have been a week of holidays away somewhere, a family celebration or gathering, and the...