Monthly Archives: November 2013

Medieval Alabaster Lions

All Saints Church, Harewood, Yorkshire. Home to what is generally recognised as the largest and finest collection of medieval alabaster tombs in any English church outside a cathedral, and the last resting places of members of the Redman, Ryther and … Continue reading

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Anglesey Abbey

Some more shots of Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire, a National Trust property.

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For You – Free Kindle download – Last chance!

‘Validating Ministry’ available as free kindle download on 29 and 30 November. Links UK – Australia – Canada – USA –

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Stunning Silver Birch trees in the grounds at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire

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We approach the First Sunday in Advent. Here is an extract from my poem ‘Seasons of Worship’ from the collection ‘Validating Ministry’: Children of Easter, waiting in Advent, Watching for signs, darkness to light. Brother and sister, follow the prophets, … Continue reading

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The Good Samaritan

Close to the North Devon Coast and within the area of Exmoor National Park is the attractive hamlet of Martinhoe. Here, the 19th century East window at St Martin’s church, depicts the parable of The Good Samaritan – an unusual … Continue reading

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For you

My new book of poems, ‘Validating Ministry’, will be available as a free Kindle download from Amazon on 29th and 30th November. I hope you enjoy this. The poems have been inspired by the potential and power of lay ministry … Continue reading

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