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Thought for a Day

US Presiding Bishop preaches at Royal Wedding

Bishop Michael Curry – the presiding bishop of the US Episcopal Church – gave a rousing sermon at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. See the Order of Service

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On being consciously thankful

On being consciously thankful Reflections on Luke 17: 11-19 by The Rev’d Glenn Empey When I intentionally think about being thankful — being consciously thankful for all the blessings in my life — I find that it really makes me stop. It’s as if everything comes to a sudden halt. I think that’s because it is…

Welcome to the 2016 Strawberry Dinner

Thy Kingdom Come worldwide prayer

Thy kingdom come — world-wide prayer Churches and Christians throughout the world are joining Thy Kingdom Come worldwide prayer from Ascension, 25 May, to Pentecost, 4 June 2017. Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to gather in prayer. Thy Kingdom Come worldwide prayer is a global movement which invites Christians…


Thomas gets such a bad rap …

Thomas gets a bad rap Homily by the Rev’d W Glenn Empey When they were walking along the road to Emmaus, I think they were still confused. It would have been difficult to be able to figure out all that had happened. Surely they would have had some doubts as they tried to comprehend things.…


Great Easter article — Wall Street Journal

Great Easter article — The Wall Street Journal Greetings to you in Eastertide, Easter Sunday afternoon, I happened acoss this really great article in the Wall Street Jornal from March 2016 on social media. I recommend it to you as very relevant and thought-provoking as we begin the journey from The Sunday of the Resurrection…


“Fish love” — a short video love

Rabbi Abraham Twerski talks about the difference between selfish love and true love, which must be a love of giving and not of receiving. Perhaps something to ponder for the end of Lent into Holy Week and … especially for Good Friday. Dr. Twerski, an ordained rabbi, held a pulpit until 1959 when he graduated…