Vicar’s Blog July 2018

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 … Read More

Healing and Hope in a Mad World

No funnies to start with today I’m afraid – it’s not been a very funny week, has it? And a week, as they say, is a long time in politics. There haven’t been many more weeks longer than this. And our our readings today touch on themes that arise out of the tragic killing of Jo Cox, the Yorkshire MP … Read More

Healing of daughters

I have had a frozen shoulder now for about six months. It’s rather annoying – it hurts and it won’t go away. On Wednesday a man came into our house to accompany a music exam, and he gave someone a bit of physiotherapy while their child was doing a music exam. Wendy told me, so I asked him if he’d … Read More