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Prayer Blog by Keith Edghill

By Keith Edghill. I want to focus my prayer blog on those countries of the world that could have been described as “struggling” even before the coronavirus — countries that are very poor, very underdeveloped, very much affected by recent natural disasters (be it floods or the ravaging of crops by locusts, as in
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For Holy Week

By Jane Wingrove. Another day dawns amidst the strangest of times The birds still sing , the flowers still grow Some things will never change…. Now I remember , the story unfolds Starkly before me the cross……not of gold but rough wood. What else matters now ? Palm Sunday …… Hosanna they cried……. Save us […]
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Prayer Blog by Rita Charvill

By Rita Charvill. Father God we are all your children, protected and cared for by your never ending love. I ask for your care and protection for the lonely going through this isolation. For families struggling to keep their children fed and happy. I ask also for your strength and love to be with all […]
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Reflection on John Ch.1

By Mark Poole. Understandably, there is much talk of living in unprecedented times, a season of darkness as we live in the shadow of Covid 19. Our darkness is felt in fear, anxiety, worry, uncertainty, disappointment, sorrow, grief and a complete lack of control. For us control freaks, this is very stressful! The
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A reflection by Jane

By Jane Wingrove. I stare at the blank page…words don’t seem enough And yet within my soul is shouting to understand. The world is lost in an abyss, a darkness unknown . Facing traumas, isolation and for some despair. And yet within it all, in the silence of the streets There is something new emerging….. […]
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Prayer blog by Rachel

By Rachel I am thinking a lot at the moment about people who are staying at home but in a situation which isn’t safe. For example, where there is domestic abuse or a lack of adequate parenting (for all sorts of reasons). If you suspect something is happening near you, you can contact the police […]
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Poem by Kathleen O’Meara

And the people stayed home. And read books, and listened, and rested, and exercised, and made art, and played games, and grew gardens full of fresh food, and learned new ways of being, and were still. And listened more deeply.   Some meditated, some prayed, some danced. Some met their shadows. And the people
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