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From our Muslim chaplain archive #2

As I sit at home trying to work with distractions from my youngest daughter coming in and out of my ‘home office’ I try to work out where we are and what is happening in the world today….

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From our Muslim chaplain – archive #1

My Dear Brothers and sisters, I want to start by stating that we have all been receiving, and to some extent sending messages that may or may not have been helpful to others. It is big news locally,…

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From our Muslim Chaplain

I am reposting the reflections which Atique has sent for the last few weeks. Instead of pages which are changed each time, they will now be posts which will remain on the blog (but still hopefully shown in…

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Thresholds

Here’s the reading and the reflection from yesterday’s Communion. We were thinking about Thresholds. I’ve highlighted the five questions I mention, and I’ll put them at the end, in case you want to spend time with them. After…

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Parting and presence

Happy Ascension Day! Here is the reading and reflection from today’s communion service. And here’s a link to the song I played at the end – a lovely gospel infused melody from Mavis Staples called ‘God is not…

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Chaplain’s chatter #1

We’re going to be posting a series of videos on our Facebook page with conversations between chaplains and with others who have fascinating stories and interesting insights – because talking is what we do well! I’m delighted that…

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Hope for the exiles

Here is the reading and the reflection from today’s Communion. I mention in it a lovely video of someone telling the story of the exile for children and all ages, which you can see here. There is also…

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Communion today

Hi all – today at 12.30pm we have online Communion as usual via our Facebook page here. You are very welcome to join us. We’ll be using some new words for the service which are on the blog…

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Taking risks

Here’s the reading and reflection from today’s communion service. The link to the video of the interview with Tom Herbert is here. Then those who welcomed Peter’s message were baptised, and on that day alone about three thousand…

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Stay with us

Here’s the reading and reflection from today’s Communion service… On that same day two of Jesus’ followers were going to a village named Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem, and they were talking to each other about all…

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