Good Omens

I have been reading ‘Good Omens’ by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. A comic story of the end of the world(!) it’s well worth reading just as a humorous novel. But it has some interesting things to say about religion and theology. I came across this: “‘I don’t see what’s so triffic about creating people as people and then gettin’ upset ‘cos they act like … Continue reading Good Omens

Reflection – 13 June 2021

Here’s my reflection for Sunday 13 June. If you’d like to join in our online worship follow this Zoom link. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85061262911?pwd=SjFoODcvOVdFZUhTengxRVRkNzJPUT09 Our worship session starts at 11.00 British Summer Time. Mark Sunday 13 June 2021 – A Reflection  Call to worship – Isaiah 40:3-5 A voice cries out,“Prepare in the wilderness a road for the Lord!    Clear the way in the desert for our God!Fill every valley;    level … Continue reading Reflection – 13 June 2021

Credo article – 03 June 2021

Good morning everyone. Here’s my latest Credo article for the Newark Advertiser that was published today. Mark Our church has recently been running a series of services about Stewardship. One of our main focuses has been on the environment, particularly climate change. In the last 15 months or so the attention of the world has been fixed on the issue of the pandemic – quite … Continue reading Credo article – 03 June 2021