Monthly Archives: October 2015

I am not sure I agree with Giles

I have just read an online article on the Guardian’s website by Giles Fraser We must do to our churches what Beeching did to the railways I have to say I am not sure I agree! Fraser is following up … Continue reading

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Those who Occupy their Business in Great Waters

Yesterday I preached at the Annual National Seafarers’ Service at St Paul’s Cathedral it reminded me that whilst as an island we have much to owe to those who occupy their business in great waters as an individual I have … Continue reading

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A women motivated by love – Edith Cavell

Remembering is important – by looking back we can find understanding for our present and hope for our future. Today we remember Edith Cavell who on the 12th October 1915 was shot and killed by a German firing squad for … Continue reading

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Creating space when under pressure

Last week I attended Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust’s AGM. I am a non-executive there until my term ends in March 2016. It was great to hear praise for the Trust from our local MP John Glen and the Mayor of … Continue reading

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