Sunrises along our beautiful coast are one of my favourite things. I can stand there for ages feeling the presence of God surrounding me.
2022 marks five years since Lina’s Project and Bishop Bill Wright establishing 15 September as a Perpetual Day of Remembrance throughout the diocese.
For the liturgy to become all it is meant to be for our life, it will take all of us, letting go of our ‘if only’s’, working with what we’ve got to fit square pegs into round holes and to be united in hope and prayer.
Once upon a time, most funerals and weddings were church events, at least in Western societies. A faith commitment may or may not have been strongly evident, but there was a general acceptance that life’s major events were celebrated with religious ritual.
While the world thinks Easter is done and dusted, we Christians know it has only just begun its fifty-day trajectory through to Pentecost Sunday.