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Living Cathedral

In some ways it seems much longer than a year, the time we have been talking about ‘Living God’, in the Cathedral. To be accurate it is just over a year but when we met yesterday to review the past year and went through all that we had done as a community it really did feel that we had packed a huge amount in. 575 more words

Andrew Nunn

The God who suffers?

Armistice Day brought this year’s period of remembrance to a conclusion and at the Tower of London the installation of poppies is being dismantled and things are returning to normal. 1,112 more words

Andrew Nunn

Herrenhuter readings for Friday, the 14th November 2014

Thus saith the Lord God; Repent, and turn yourselves from your idols. (Ez 14;6) And they called Barnabas, Jupiter; and Paul, Mercurius, because he was the chief speaker.  69 more words

St. Paul


No one could have predicted it, I suppose – the effect that the installation at the Tower of London has had on people and upon the public imagination. 1,192 more words

Andrew Nunn

Jet lag

Travel is a strange business really – you’re in a different place, in a different time zone and then in just a few hours you’re back home and are having to adjust to the lag that you are left with. 871 more words

Andrew Nunn

♣ The Vital Element

THERE’S A RENOWNED restaurant in the UK that has thrived since the middle of the 1960’s. People, to include celebrities, from all over Britain are known to dine there. 360 more words

Mark Anthony Williams

On another shore

I never cease to find it exciting, stepping off a plane and knowing that I’m in the USA. I suppose I have some romantic idea of it being the place of the movies and TV, a kind of ‘Dick Whittington’ notion that the streets are paved with gold. 1,140 more words

Andrew Nunn