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Vicar on May 28th, 2012

Ronald Blythe goes forth to carry out the task of a writer “HERE is the church” — a fat goose¬berry; “here is the steeple” — the tuft; and “here come all the country people” — the juicy pips. It was always St Peter’s, Sudbury, Suffolk, when I said this. Yesterday, I walked in the small […]

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Vicar on May 13th, 2012

SERVICE Ten years ago, at the beginning of the Queen’s three month Diamond Jubilee tour, I saw a cartoon purporting to show Prince Philip being interviewed by a reporter and what, sir, will you enjoy most about the three month Diamond Jubilee tour in May June and July asked the reporter. August 1st was the […]

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Vicar on May 13th, 2012

As he reads a favourite book, Ronald Blythe is enchanted again MAY-TIME, when I like to read Kilvert’s Diary to the congregation. It is not all that keen on readings, much preferring speakings without notes. I see the youthful Francis in his Clyro pulpit, trying not to see the girls. And I think of handsome […]

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Vicar on May 6th, 2012

ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH WORMINGFORD FLOWER FESTIVAL 2ND, 3RD & 4TH JUNE 2012 jubilYmpics IN AID OF ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH Open from 10.00am to 5.00pm daily HOMEMADE LUNCHES AND TEAS CAKES AND PRODUCE RAFFLE, BRIC à BRAC AND PLANT STALL SUNDAY 3RD JUNE SERVICES 11.00am FAMILY SERVICE 6.30pm SONGS OF PRAISE

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Vicar on May 2nd, 2012

The Feast of Pentecost falls on the last Sunday of May and, after Easter and Christmas, is the most important festival in the church’s year because it is the day when we celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit – the third person of the Holy Trinity. Christians think of God as being three people […]

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Vicar on May 1st, 2012

These are a few of my favourite things, says Ronald Blythe CERTAIN happiness. Pear blossom. Six a.m. tea. Matins for a dozen in the chancel. Making my sweet-pea wigwam. Seeing strangers pass. Listening to the director of the British Museum on the radio. Watch¬ing the manes of the horses on the hill being caught in […]

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