All this week I have written a Word in Time which is provided by the Methodist Church for every day of the year by different writers. It is a daily reflection on seasonal scriptures with questions for reflection – https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/the-bible/a-word-in-time/
To buy follow the link https://hymnsandbooks.blog/words-images-and-imagination-now-published/
This unique collection of original poems, watercolour prints and photos, all by the author, explores life in all its fullness – relationships, conflict, hope, time, age, memory and mortality. Reflecting the author’s upbringing by the sea in Devon, his training as a Marine biologist and his ministry in the Methodist Church, images of the sea and faith are lightly woven through its fabric.
A first collection of poetry and art by an internationally published writer of over 1500 hymns.
The BBC has announce that
The government is adding museums, galleries, cinemas and places of worship to the list of places where face coverings should be worn in England.
It is currently a recommendation, but will become law on 8 August.
It has been compulsory to wear them in shops since 24 July.
Let wearing of masks in Church be a sign of love of our neighbour. Unusual for Government of any shade to insist on loving neighbours…one small step…
This article by L. Roger Owens is an interesting reflection for those who are finding the ban on singing in church problematic –
L. Roger Owens teaches Christian spirituality and ministry at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and is author of Threshold of Discovery: A Field Guide to Spirituality in Midlife