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St Luke’s, Hodnet, Shropshire. The Grail and Chalice.

The Chalice of Magdalene, was it the Holy Grail and where the clues to its location hidden in a sleepy little village in Shropshire?  According to the Bible, Mary Magdalene did possess such a jar. 1,509 more words


Francis Albert Jackson

Francis was born in Wolverhampton in 1897, the son of William and Frances Jackson. He was baptised at St Luke’s Church on 7 October 1897. I have not, however, been able to find him in either the 1901 or 1911 censuses. 44 more words

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Beautiful "Homeless Jesus" Statue in Schenectady [PHOTO]

I live in Schenectady and I haven’t seen this statue in person but the idea behind it and the beauty of it is astounding. 195 more words

William Egan

William was born in Wolverhampton in 1891, the son of Kate Egan. He was living with his mother and brother John T. at 13 Derry Street, Wolverhampton, in 1901. 122 more words

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Carol services

This Sunday 17th of December many of our local churches are holding a carol service: All Saints SE21 8JY at 4pm  St Luke’s SE27 0HS at 6.30pm, Lansdowne Evangelical SE27 0AR at 6.30pm, St Peters SW16 2SD at 6.30pm, Chatsworth Baptist SE27 9HN at 7pm and Christchurch SE19 1DP at 8pm. All welcome.

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Christmas in West Norwood

This week brings the countdown to the festive season starting off with Small Business Saturday on 2nd December. Look out for balloons adorning the shopping street , along with our West Norwood Christmas tree funded by our business community and decorated courtesy of the lovely people at Floral Hall. 85 more words

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Cornelia Lathrop: The Girl Who Inspired America's First Church for the Deaf

Up a small rise in Section I in Mt. Hope Cemetery, not far from the road but hidden among the trees, lies the body of a young girl whose Christian faith inspired the establishment of America’s first church for the deaf. 1,360 more words

Buried At Mt. Hope Cemetery