I wrote this for someone who was planning a service to pray for all those who work as safeguarding officers. One sets out to write a hymn about this subject with a certain degree of fear and trembling. But here it is. As always, it’s free for anyone to use – you don’t have to … More A hymn about safeguarding, of all things
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!
Here’s a whole load of stuff for Advent, gathered in one place for your convenience! Enjoy, and help yourself to anything you think might be useful. Advent Wreath Song to the tune ‘Father we place into your hands’ Mothers and fathers of the faith, who lived in times of old, Leaders and judges, kings and … More Things pertaining to Advent
Some bits and bobs for Remembrancetide. Help yourself if any of it would be useful:
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
You can read a brief biography of St Vincent de Paul and the readings set for today (27th September), when we remember his life and ministry, here. If there was ever a saint who matched their set gospel reading, it is Vincent de Paul: ‘I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty … More St Vincent de Paul (1581-1660)