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Wyn Beynon
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For a change this isn't my blog, but what my daughter, Beth, wrote on a day off sick from teaching her Year 4s... it's brilliant,even if I am her dad...
For a change this isn't my blog, but what my daughter, Beth, wrote on a day off sick from teaching her Year 4s... it's brilliant,even if I am her dad... Every Monday afternoon in Oak Class we have a French lesson. I put on my best Gallic shrug, whip out the...
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Priest to the Temple
The Church is a living temple to the glory of God It is first and foremost something that looks like family but never a family business. It is not a process but a procession blown by the breath of the proceeding Spirit of God It is a procession of self empt...
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October 2017
October promoted by the sleight of time's hand the key now minor as autumn falls around us in the folding leaves filing away the story of the year Spring and autumn so easily confused in the balance of equinox storms hot and cold in sun and and wind so much...
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Exiles and Beachcombers
During this summer I have the huge privilege of taking three months Sabbatical study leave. I have been "Reading the Letter to the Ephesians as a Mystical Text". Should you interested you can see something of what I've been about at the web site in which I ...
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Exiles and Beachcombers
During this summer I have the huge privilege of taking three months Sabbatical study leave. I have been "Reading the Letter to the Ephesians as a Mystical Text". Should you interested you can see something of what I've been about at the web site in which I ...
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August 12th and last of a monthly series meditating on the Anglican Calendar
August, summer transfiguring into autumn: begins with a celebration of the loaf mass (now forgotten) and a feast of extraordinary people. A tumble of men and women who changed the world. A feminine month pregnant with harvests, Our Lady holds the ring, with...
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Reflections on General Synod July 2017 York
This Synod was in many ways a Worcester Synod. Bishop John spoke ( and might have made a decisive contribution to the debate on the welcoming of transgender people), and Sue Adney and Sarah Brush made their maiden speeches - and good they both were too! Rob...
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JULY - a meditation on the Anglican calendar 11 of 12
This peripatetic month is full of martyrs, of women, the wet and the dry saints from India to Sweden. Here summer shifts into fifth gear and cruises. Slavery is exposed. Such freedoms as we know tanned in the dilating sun. Exposed, like Thomas, to the doubt...
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