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Richard on November 29th, 2013

  Services for Sunday 1 December 2013 08:00 Holy Communion  # LH 09:15 Family Service  MB 11:00 Family Service  WF 18:30 Benefice Advent Carol Service – for all at LH   # 1662 service   Services for Next Sunday (8 December 2013)   08:00 Holy Communion  # WF 09:15 Parish Communion  MB 11:00 Christingle Family Service  […]

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Richard on November 29th, 2013

Last month I advertised some November events that I thought people might like to know about, but unfortunately the Worm was a bit late so you might have missed them! However, Chris and Bob had a long overdue break and we are really pleased for them. Our Church in Wormingford is one of the three […]

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Richard on November 29th, 2013

For Ronald Blythe, silent, wheeling seagulls call the Holy Spirit to mind GULLS are so meditative. Not the greedy, noisy ones I used to see at Aldeburgh, but those on my hill field, who wheel in silence over what remains of the horse feed. This for an hour or two, then they are away. The radio speaks […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 29 November 2013

  Services for Sunday 24 November 2013 08:00 Holy Communion  # WF 09:15 Parish Communion  MB 11:00 Parish Communion  LH 11:00 Morning Service  WF 18:30 Evening Service  LH   # 1662 service   Services for Next Sunday (1 December 2013)   08:00 Holy Communion  # LH 09:15 Family Service  MB 11:00 Family Service  WF 18:30 Benefice […]

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Richard on November 23rd, 2013

Ronald Blythe and the white cat begin their orisons early ROUND about 6 a.m., should you be calling, you will find the white cat and me at our matins. The sun will soon be up and gathering strength, and it will send a golden line along the rim of Duncan’s field. This, at all times of […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 22 November 2013

  Services for Sunday 17 November 2013 09:15 Family Communion  MB 11:00 Family Communion  WF 11:00 Morning Service  LH 18:30 Evening Service & Communion  LH   # 1662 service   Services for Next Sunday (24 November 2013)   08:00 Holy Communion  # WF 09:15 Parish Communion  MB 11:00 Parish Communion  LH 11:00 Morning Service  WF […]

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Richard on November 16th, 2013

For Ronald Blythe, a photo brings to mind his father, a soldier REMEMBRANCE Sunday. The old chaps – I include myself – come to sing “I vow to thee, my country”. The church aches with Georgian sadness. Medals glitter. Memory holds the door. In the pulpit, I repeat myself unashamedly; for we all like to sing and […]

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Richard on November 16th, 2013

  Our Harvest Festival service on October 6th was taken by Rev’d Ray Gibbs from Myland. The Church looked lovely with some beautiful flower arrangements and there was a varied selection of produce and gifts for Saint Saviours Priory. There was an excellent buffet lunch with wine and soft drinks after the service organised by […]

Continue reading about Church Matters – November 2013

  Services for Sunday 10 November 2013 08:00 Holy Communion  # WF 09:15 Remembrance Service  MB 10:50 Remembrance Service  LH 10:50 Remembrance Service  WF 18:30 Evening Service  LH   # 1662 service   Services for Next Sunday (17 November 2013)   09:15 Family Communion  MB 11:00 Family Communion  WF 11:00 Morning Service  LH 18:30 Evening […]

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Richard on November 9th, 2013

A room with a view enables Ronald Blythe  to meditate daily EVERY morning, between six and seven, I meditate on the view from the kitchen window. That is, I drink tea in an armchair, staring at the view across Duncan’s meadow, there being nothing else to look at. Birds, chiefly seagulls, whirl around. I suppose not that […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 8 November 2013