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12 Places Richard Knew

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A Guide to York

Now, I’m likely to be biased, but I really think my home city is one of the greatest in the country; or indeed, any country. I love York, so it was great to work with… 81 more words

The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter in York

What a mouthfull! No wonder people refer to this magnificent cathedral as “The Minster”. The Anglo-Saxon word “mynster” means to bring knowledge (of Christianity), and York was a centre for missionary activity in the 7th Century. 815 more words


A New Horizon

York Minster


I am always inspired by the joy to be experienced when looking to a Higher source and rising above the travails of life. 40 more words



Yesterday, 3 July 2016, two more vocational deacons were ordained in York Minster by the Archbishop of York.

We’re delighted to welcome Barbara and Charlotte into our ranks, and pray for all God’s blessings on their diaconal ministry.  15 more words


England - Part 2

Hey again everyone,

This post is the second in a series of articles about our Friendship Force home stay in the northeast part of England.  We’ll take a tour of the York Minster, the North Yorkshire Moors, Whitby, and Swaledale. 1,093 more words

Much ado about the Minster

York Minster is one of the largest gothic cathedrals in Northern Europe and is regularly listed as a top thing to do in York. I’ve visited the Minster numerous times during the time that I have lived here, and I’ve never failed to be impressed by its grandeur. 450 more words