Got the urge to paint. This is the bit in John 21 where Peter realises that Jesus has forgiven him, and they're about to go and rejoin the others for breakfast.
I've wanted to do this for ages, and tonight I did. I took home some of the charred wood from the Easter Fire, and used it to sketch some images of the resurrection. Mary in the garden Jesus came and stood among his disciples and said, 'Peace be with you'. Jesus made himself known in... Continue Reading →
This morning at church we worked together (all ages) to create the(biblical) Stations of the Cross. Three of the stations were mine to plan, and I'm posting here what we did. My first station was the betrayal and arrest of Jesus. We cut paper into strips, and used crayons to make rubbings of silver coins... Continue Reading →
Westcott House is once again commissioning Stations of the Cross for churches and chapels across the city. This year, I have been allocated station 4: Peter denies Jesus. “And he went out and wept bitterly” Charcoal on paper Digitally manipulated print Peter’s betrayal of Christ is deeply personal, yet he... Continue Reading →
1. He'll be riding on a donkey when he comes (x2) He'll be riding on a donkey, Riding on a donkey, Riding on a donkey when he comes. So we'll sing hosanna when he comes (x2) So we'll sing hosanna, sing hosanna, Sing hosanna when he comes. 2.We will all come out to meet him... Continue Reading →
If you haven't already seen it, take a look at this, the website for the Cambridge Stations. And better still, if you can, go along in person to any or all of the installations and artworks that have been specially commissioned as part of this pop-up reflective project for Lent. The tradition of following the... Continue Reading →
The eastern sky was liquid-red this morning. Though the sun’s well up, the air is cold, There’s something dark – a shepherd’s warning? That’s the phrase, I think. And I’ve been told They had a shepherd-king, once, long ago. A king! Imagine that. Who’d want to rule A people who, in fear, would stoop so... Continue Reading →
Here are the three Easter hymns that I have written, conveniently copied into one post so you can find them easily. Easter Morning hymn The tune is Praise my soul / Lauda anima. Early, while the world was sleeping, to the garden Mary came; lost in lonely grief, still weeping till in love you spoke her... Continue Reading →