Jez talks us through Jesus's story of the Great Banquet in Luke 14:12-24.
I was delighted to be able to welcome the local Cubs and Scouts packs to All Souls on the eve of Remembrance day – last Wednesday – to spend some time at our War Memorial and to talk about its significance. In a great follow-up to the piece we published […]
Son to returning vicar-Dad (i.e. St to me)…
Son: “How did Alpha go tonight?
Dad: “Really well, thanks!”
Son: “Did you learn lots?”
Dad: “Well, actually, I was the one doing the teaching.”
Son (with a slight sigh): “…but teachers learn too!!”
…um, yes, quite – a pretty good question for preachers and teachers: What did […]
Thanks to Gareth – friend of our resident cartoonist, Helene – for this riff on my recent bike loss (not the first – hopefully the last for sometime)… Nice one, especially with 10:10:10 coming up (more on that soon)!
A huge thanks to those who helped on Saturday morning with a ‘spot of digging’…
A team from All Souls showed up at the weekend to spend a few hours clearing old bits of rubble, stone and brick from the ground outside the Kirkstone Lodge old people’s home on the Ivybridge […]
All Souls member (PCC Secretary, expert hat wearer, Welsh Eisteddfod attender etc.) Helene was our correspondent at the flood of Brentford (should probably be called ‘Part II’ following the burst water main earlier this Summer).
Here’s her photo from a few days ago looking out of the window – and, no, […]
A double reason for this post – first a new presentation tool that shows Powerpoint (and its imitators) up for being the stuck-in-the-mud creativity-squisher it really is. It’s called Prezi and I’m aching to preach using it… hmmm…
In the meantime, though, their showcase of presentations includes this take on ‘corporate […]