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Ray's Blog: January 2008

The Church Of England Re-connecting

Three CA&H Voyagers have just led a week-end for some hundred Readers (licensed but unpaid church workers and preachers) in the Church of England Diocese of Portsmouth. It was styled as ?A week-end of seminars and workshops to help us re-connect with the Spirit and the Scriptures, the...

Posted at 21:25pm on 27th January 2008

Bowthorpe - A New Move Of The Spirit

Last week-end a glorious thirtieth anniversary celebration of the planting of The Christia n Church in Bowthorpe, Norwich too k place, hosted by its current leader Simon Stokes, who returned with me from a retreat on Holy Island. Here are some extracts from my talk, which followed a reading...

Posted at 09:56am on 21st January 2008

Balham, Gateway To ...

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I spent last week-end with Balham Community Church, London. This multi-racial congregation has joined Concerned Citizens, a voluntary coalition of groups who ?listen to London?. This listening process has been extensive and inclusive. Any group is welcome to voice its concerns ...

Posted at 20:50pm on 17th January 2008

Storms

Holy Island suffered a wild storm. The rushing, mighty wind was so great some people could not walk on the path to church - they held to the wall and crept round. There was a power cut.

Lindisfarne's previous Vicar, David Adam, said it was a good thing God...

Posted at 08:38am on 11th January 2008

Celtic Epiphany?

Celtic Epiphany? In one sense there is no such thing. Except insofar as we seek to re-connect with the Wisdom tradition, which weaves naturally into the Epiphany insight of the gradual revealing of the riches of Christ. Luke chapter two tells how the adolsecent Jesus grew in wisdom, and...

Posted at 00:01am on 11th January 2008
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