April 19, 2019
Good Friday has puzzled many of us over why this day where we remember the crucifixion would be called 'good'. Of lots of things you could think of 'good' wouldn't be right up...
April 18, 2019
This day, thirty three (roughly!) years had led to this day and yet so many hundreds of years before were part of today's story as well. This day, the washing of feet, the mea...
April 17, 2019
There are so many things in this chapter that make us think but as we walk through Holy Week the 'official' title of today has to be my favourite - Spy Wednesday!
April 16, 2019
Thoughtful Tuesday - Matthew 22
I love the Godly Play parables, in a gold box - something old, something precious and they come with a lid because sometimes you can't open them,...
April 15, 2019
Walking through Holy Week this first days sees us with Jesus re-entering Jerusalem. He sees the selling and merchandise, the disregard for the holiness of this place...
February 6, 2019
Valentine's day has mysterious roots - perhaps St Valentine (as a priest) disobeyed an unjust Roman decree and married people in secret? Perhaps the festival was to 'Christiani...
December 1, 2018
In case you haven't been driven mad all summer by Baby Shark we've made it into a nativity story. My girls loved this, it's simple, tells the basic story and is so catchy you w...
November 26, 2018
My eldest is almost 16 but I remember at toddler group a mum saying how tired she was but that she felt she always needed to play with her children - make belief, at the park, c...
November 19, 2018
On a visit to Northern Ireland my friend took me to the Giant's Causeway, she knew it was somewhere I had always wanted to go, so she took me.
It was amazing, the most beautiful...
October 8, 2018
Apart from the very cool look on the sheep's face I love this photo from Muddy Church at St Andrew's, Rugby (https://www.facebook.com/StAndrewsChurchRugby/). In the bible ther...
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