Trinity 9 2018

All this sweltering heat we have been having reminds me of the places in the world where I have been, where such temperatures are normal. Usually hot weather is associated with holidays – or pilgrimages – and for sure we have had Israeli and Jordanian and Egyptian temperatures these last few weeks. So having to work in the heat has … Read More

Magazine August 2018

Poetry and Prosecco evening

30, The Ridgeway Dear friends, All this sweltering heat we are having reminds me of the places in the world where I have been, where such temperatures are normal. Usually hot weather is associated with holidays – or pilgrimages – and for sure we have had Israeli and Jordanian and Egyptian temperatures these last few weeks haven’t we?!. So having … Read More

Mary Magdalene 2018

Today we celebrate one of, if not the most important woman in the New Testament. Having this church dedicated to her, and celebrating her every year, as well as on Easter Day of course, gives us a special relationship with someone who has become more and more interesting as the years go by. More or less consigned to oblivion in … Read More

Universal Credit Training Edmonton

Capital Mass logo

Universal Credit is the biggest change in the welfare system for generations. Over the next 3 years, it will affect about 600,000 people in the Diocese of London, both working and out of work. Is anyone in your parish… if so, you’ll need to know about UC Capital Mass are offering an interactive and practical training session about Universal Credit … Read More

The Sponsored Walkers

2018-07-14 sponsored walkers

Our intrepid group of walkers braved the heat of the July day to embark on a 7 mile walk through the leafy local area which ended up back at the starting place – Alison and Paul’s – to enjoy the Parish Barbecue. Monies raised from the walk will go towards our Organ Restoration Fund.

Dances of Life and Death

If you go to Jerusalem you can visit what many people call the ‘Wailing Wall’. It’s what remains of the Temple that Jesus knew and which the Romans destroyed in 70AD. The piazza at its base is still a synagogue, and many Jews go there on a Friday evening to celebrate the beginning of the Shabbat – the Sabbath. But … Read More

Magazine July 2018

30, The Ridgeway, As the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday, most of us have no conception of what life without penicillin, surgery and medicine would be like. Clearly it would be painful and short, especially at the end. Similarly, even only a few centuries ago people could not have conceived of our world of hospitals, surgery and chemotherapy. A hospital … Read More

Vicar’s Blog July 2018

Dear Friends, As the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday, most of us have no conception of what life without penicillin, surgery and medicine would be like. Clearly it would be painful and short, especially at the end. Similarly, even only a few centuries ago people could not have conceived of our world of hospitals, surgery and chemotherapy. A hospital was, … Read More