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Richard on December 22nd, 2016

John, Ray, Ronnie, your Churchwardens and Deputies would like to wish you all a very HAPPY CHRISTMAS! To find service times, readings, prayers and NEWS, click the image below to open the Benefice Bulletin for Christmas 2016. Services for Christmas Eve 3 p.m. – Nativity @ the Farm, Mount Bures 4:30 p.m. – Crib Service, Little Horkesley […]

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Richard on December 17th, 2016

One of Jesus’s stories says everything about God’s love, declares Ronald Blythe WE SHALL most come to life in Advent hymns, which place our dread and delight side by side in words and tunes which help to rationalise, or poeticise, a theology that we find hard to bear. “Wake, O wake! with tidings thrilling,” for example, […]

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Richard on December 9th, 2016

Ronald Blythe finds magic in the sound of carols on a frosty day RETURNING from the Advent carol service, there was an added sharpness to the air as we drove down the ancient track to the farmhouse. It was as though a jewelled addition to the forthcoming Christmas music was sounding in the still-leaved trees. The […]

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Richard on December 2nd, 2016

Christmass Do you remember (or are you too young?) the episode of ‘Till Death Us Do Part’ with Alf Garnett telling his family about the birth of Jesus? He had to be born in a stable, because there was no room for him in the Inn. “Well, it was Christmas” says his wife Else. “Everywhere’s […]

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Richard on December 2nd, 2016

Our faces can unwittingly reveal our inner being, says Ronald Blythe WE USUALLY think of the spirit, or the soul, as being that part of us which is invisible, and which returns to God when we die. But the spirit, or the soul, is often seen. We catch glimpses of it in some unsuspecting face in […]

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