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Vicarage chills in the snow

We woke up to another cold morning in the vicarage with thick ice on the inside of all our windows. There’s a rumour that the canon law requiring the vicar to wear a night cap has never been repealed. I’m … Continue reading

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From the vicarage Dec 2010

Dear Brothers and sisters Advent is here again. The rush is on to make preparations for the season of goodwill. There are presents to buy, rooms to decorate, menus to plan, food to prepare, parties to arrange and friends to … Continue reading

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Review: low energy GU10 bulbs

This post is a little off the normal theological track of this blog, but looking after God’s world, saving money and keeping up with the vicar’s wife on vicarage life are not too far off beam. Heating and lighting a … Continue reading

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From the vicarage June 2010

Jesus and church traditions The Church of England seems to be suffering something of an crisis of identity today. Who are we? What is the church? What is our role in a multi-cultural society? What has happened to the traditions … Continue reading

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From the vicarage Nov 2009

From the vicarage November 2009 Dear All One of the great heroes of modern British history is Scott of the Antarctic. His goal to be the first man in the world to stand on the south pole inspired millions. His … Continue reading

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From the vicarage August 2009

In the busy summer season I missed posting this: From the vicarage The Next Generation What makes grown men and women dress up as clowns in the streets of a north Devon town, act out plays as jugglers, trapeze artists, … Continue reading

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From the vicarage October 2009

From the vicarage West Bromwich lies at about the middle of the Birmingham and Black Country urban sprawl. Life here could not be much more different to my rural upbringing, in a Scottish village of 2000 people, nestled in a … Continue reading

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