Christmas blessings, everyone.
Here’s the new painting (well, newly finished – it’s been on the go for about 4 years, on and off!). It’s called ‘People of God’ and it’s acrylic on canvas. Not sure how many people there are, but they’re all unique. Maybe between 750 and 1000? Could be more. Who knows!
Sermon for St John’s Hills Road, Cambridge Bible Sunday, 2016 Many years ago as I was planning an All Age service for Bible Sunday I lamented to a colleague that there weren’t many hymns about the Bible. The Colleague rightly pointed out that this was because hymns are songs of worship, and we don’t, in … More Bible Sunday 2016
Maybe I am doing him a disservice, but the lawyer reminds me of one of those people who ask a question to which they already know the answer, so that they can demonstrate their expertise. He knows the right words to say, he correct formula, but he’s clearly struggling with the implications. He’s not quite … More The Good Samaritan
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 … More Easter Hymns
This is a little picture I’ve been toying with for a while. It’s called The Hospitality of Abraham’s Children and is my take on the famous Rublev icon of the Trinity (aka The Hospitality of Abraham). It’s in response to the Images of the Church Lent activity, number 8, The Table of the Lord. I’m not … More Lent doodle: The Table of the Lord