Month: April 2018

Reflection by David Reynolds (Parish Council)

Reflection by David Reynolds (Parish Council)

Are we there yet? I suspect that anyone with young ones will be familiar with this term.  You know the scene.  Perhaps it’s a long road trip somewhere with the kids in the back seat and you’ve run out of options for keeping the troops amused.  “Mum, dad, are we there yet?”  If the question […]

Reflection by Bowen Miller

Reflection by Bowen Miller

Lately, I have been reflecting on the balance between being ‘in the moment’ and seeing the bigger picture. In the book, ‘7 Habits of Highly Effective People’, Covey  gives the example of a tree lopper who is totally focused on how to cut down a tree – how to do it safely, cutting it so it falls in the right direction, and clearing a path so he can get in as much machinery as possible. This is […]

Reflection by Rev’d Stewart

Reflection by Rev’d Stewart

Like many of you, I suspect, I watched with interest the opening of the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday night. Ratings suggest that 2.742 million Australians tuned in & I heard the number of 1.6 billion worldwide mentioned a few times during the coverage. I also followed with interest, the critique the following day. There were certainly some mixed […]

Easter Sunday 1 April

Mark 16:1-8 We have a difficulty with this last chapter. Your Bible probably has a note saying that verses 9-16 do not appear in the earliest manuscripts. English Bibles continue to include this section, but many scholars are of the view that it was a later addition, perhaps because it was believed that Mark’s ending […]

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