Text of a speech prepared but not delivered at General Synod of Nuclear Non-proliferation – July 2018 Today is Sea Sunday and so a good day to tell a story about an old sea dog. I was named Andrew at birth not because I am the first born son of a proud Scot, nor even… Continue reading A Story for Sea Sunday
Although we are all travelling heaven ward together it can be a lonely and confusing journey. If we are fortunate we seek out friends to travel with and become joureny partners for others.
Soemtimes chasing after a personnel good is not godly and we find ourselves enslaved in an evil ‘love’
Transcript and music from the Concert of Memories to commemorate the 65th Anniversay of the Felixstowe Floods of 1953
Looking Forward to Looking Forward The best way to begin to get ready for Christmas Those of you who, as I did, attended a particular kind of English boarding school, will know that we are not in the Autumn Term of the school year but are in fact in Michaelmas Term. It should not surprise… Continue reading Looking Forward to Looking Forward
Marrows and Crêpe Paper Boxes Whatever happened to Harvest Festival? How old were you when you last wrapped a cardboard box with brightly coloured crêpe paper, filled it to the brim with home grown vegetables, and then struggled to carry it up the aisle of the church to lay in front of the altar for… Continue reading Marrows and Crêpe Paper Boxes Whatever happened to Harvest Festival?
Much to the delight of the many children who come to visit our town and parish during the long summer holiday it looks as if the refurbishment of the Pier Head and further work on restoring the beach shelters along the promenade will be finished ahead of schedule. This gives me an excellent opportunity to… Continue reading Of Piers and Promenades …or why the Vicar has a secret stash of 2p coins