Author Archives: Sarah Mullally

About Sarah Mullally

If you wanted a blog run by an experienced blogger look elsewhere - I am a beginner. I am a mum, Bishop, Dame and poor potter - welcome.

Live Like its Heaven on Earth

Sermon Preached at my farewell Service today at Exeter Cathedral  Isaiah 43:1-3a and Hebrews 6:13-20 They told me it never snowed in Devon! It is hard to believe that just over a month ago we were snowed under and I … Continue reading

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Hope and Building Community

My Easter Message which appeared in The Sun Newspaper today Just weeks ago, I fought my way through what seemed like an arctic blizzard as I walked towards St Mary, Stoke Newington to visit Hackney Night Shelter, which supports the … Continue reading

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God is Faithful

Since my appointment was announced back in December I have felt slightly like the pushmi-pullyu from Dr Doolittle; Facing the Diocese of Exeter as I prepare to leave well and toward the Diocese of London as I take opportunities to … Continue reading

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Accelerating Change – Safe and Open Churches

It is my fervent prayer that the church is a place where all people are welcomed into open and secure communities that make known Christ’s reconciling peace and love. Over the years it has been with sadness and horror that … Continue reading

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What I’d tell my 14-year-old-self

Published in the Church Times 9th February 2018 Have confidence in who you are, the skills and gifts that you have and know that your dyslexia will not be what defines you.  Have courage to walk away from the expectations … Continue reading

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Votes for Women #Suffragette100

My grandmother, Emily Louise, was a confident women – she had to be. Like many she lost her first love in the First World War and though she celebrated in 1918 when the first women received the vote she like … Continue reading

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Its not always what we see that is important but what we miss

Broadcast on BBC Radio Devon Pause for Thought 7th January 2018 Last year I was given the book The White Road by Edmund de Waal. It is wonderful book in which Edmund describes his pilgrimage to walk the history of … Continue reading

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