Monthly Archives: January 2015

Transformed by the Living Jesus

I popped across at lunch time to the lunchtime service at the Cathedral, just along the road from my office, John writes. Today, in the Church Calendar, we were remembering the conversion of St Paul to Christian faith – the reading was from Acts chapter 9. I really appreciated the thoughts shared by Father Mel Langille who was leading the service. He pointed out how murderously anti-Christian Saul (as he was then known) was before his conversion,

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Among those who are blessed are…

Here's Rob Bell's take on Jesus' statements about blessing which Duncan mentioned this morning: Blessed are those who don’t have it all together. Blessed are those who have run out of  strength, ideas, will power, resolve, or energy. Blessed are those who ache because of how severely out of whack the world is. Blessed are those stumble, trip, and fall in the same place again and again. Blessed are those who on a regular basis have a dark day in

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Acting, Music, Puppets….

Once again, Out of the Box is running AMP (Action, Music, Puppets) at Hilton Church. It's a performing arts week, where young people can make new friends, develop creative skills and grow in faith. AMP takes place February 14th - February 18th. Here are all the details: Each person attending will have a choice of creative streams where they will have the opportunity to work alongside professionals from the performing arts towards an end of week showcase

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