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  • Peace Prayers

    In these days when we are all appalled by the outbreak of war in the Middle East the world is more than ever in need of peacemakers.  As our thoughts and prayers go to all who are affected by the...

  • New Beginnings

    This is a time of new beginnings.  For many of us, some of our strongest memories from childhood is the return to school after the summer holidays. Even as adults who are not involved in education, the start of the...

  • Summer Reading

    I don’t know about you, but I am a slow reader. I have a study at home full of books that I have yet to dive into! I love books, but find the day-to-day tasks get in the way. This...

  • Pilgrimage

    Now that the academic year has drawn to a close, many of us will be turning our eyes to destinations beyond Bath. Some will be applying for jobs, some may be heading off for further studies elsewhere. Many will be...

  • God is here

    The end of June is a bit of a weird time. Exams and deadlines for most people are over, but a lot of students are still around, enjoying their freedom and making the most of all that Bath has to...

  • Trinity Sunday: God is Love

    Last Sunday, the Sunday after the feast of Pentecost, is known as “Trinity Sunday” and in many churches the Sundays for the rest of the year will be counted off as “Sundays after Trinity”.  The passage of time in the...

  • Waiting with Excitement

    I love these few days in the Church’s year between Ascension and Pentecost. The Ascension of Jesus (which we celebrated last Thursday, 18 May) and Pentecost – the coming of the Holy Spirit (celebrated next weekend) - is suspense-packed ten-day...

  • Friendships: Be Present, be Curious

    How do you make friends after leaving Uni? I was part of a group of people chatting about this question last week and was impressed by the honesty of the person asking the question. It clearly hit a nerve. A...

  • Do You Love Me?

    When the Apostle Peter met Christ after the resurrection, the question Jesus asked him was: “do you love me?”  There’s a group of people in the Gospels whose love for Christ was so strong, so constant and so utterly fearless...

  • Sand

    Thanks to the generosity of some friends with a flat, our family has returned to Swanage in Dorset for seaside holidays over many years. One spot that has strong memories is a stretch of beach that has a small inlet...