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Week Six: Living in Rome

For the first few weeks of any trip, you’re always in explorer mode. Things are new and exciting and you want to soak up as much of the newness as possible before the journey ends. 1,035 more words


Westconnex approach to asbestos leaves many worried about safety risks

A large amount of asbestos has been found along the route of the widening of the old M4 which began between Parramatta and Homebush earlier this year. 211 more words

News & Updates

To Rome, With Love

Dear Rome,

Just wanted to write to thank you for the wonderful memories you provided myself and Hanna over our four days with you.  Despite the sun’s best effort to bake us alive, we prevailed and had a wonderful time.   445 more words


Buon Natale da Roma! Merry Christmas From Rome!

Fed up with doing all the holiday decorating, shopping, present wrapping and cooking when it seemed as though no one actually cared about any of it. 788 more words


Donald Archie Macleod - A Godly, Gracious and Gentle Elder

Today I buried our senior Elder at St Peters, Donald Archie Macleod.  It was a poignant and meaningful occasion.  It really is the passing of a generation. 943 more words

The Bible

There is Hope - for Scotland.

Hope for Scotland

There is much despair, wringing of hands, searching of souls and concern amongst those Christians in Scotland who realize what is going on in Scotland today. 834 more words

The Church In Scotland

Climbing Michelangelo's Dome 

The high point of our time in Rome was literally a visit to the highest point: after a tour through the Vatican Museums, a climb to the top of Michelangelo’s dome atop St. 327 more words