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Last week across 4 evenings over 700 children took part in a wonderful musical production based on the Magna Carta. It was fantastic! Magna Cantata is a musical production with words by Andrew Mackay and music by Philip Lawson … Continue reading
It was my delight to join with the pupils of Wyvern College for their end of year Evening Worship at Salisbury Cathedral on Thursday this week. Pupils from year 9 read ‘The Teachers’ by John Bell which is from his … Continue reading
Over this last weekend we saw a packed programme of events in Salisbury and the Cathedral, celebrating the 800 Anniversary of Magna Carta. In Salisbury the Charter is an everyday fact of life. We have grown used to having it … Continue reading
I am delighted to be appointed as the Bishop of Crediton. During the day I visited projects in Devon which show that our communities, inside the Church and out, are built on the love and compassion people have for each … Continue reading
This Sunday we celebrated Trinity Sunday in the Church of England. In preparing for my sermon I recalled The Shack. A book written by William P. Young and published in 2007, there are now over 10 million copies in print. … Continue reading