Reflection 5 July – Breath

A reflection by Anne Stewart In the creation story we are told that God first breathed into his creation and gave thingslife. That act of passing life-giving breath seems so small and simple, yet, every livingcreature starts with a first breath. Later in the Biblical...

Reflection 28 June – Always Moving

A reflection by Dan Spragg Always moving. If you’re paying attention you will notice that this reading from Acts was also included inlast week’s service. You’ll understand why I say ‘paying attention’ later on! The reason I’veincluded it for this week is that there...

Reflection 21 June – Outward and Agile

A reflection by Dan Spragg – Outward & Agile I’m going to begin where I left off last week. If you’ve been following along this past couple of weeks you’ll remember there have been a few questions! And these questions have come out of a sense in which I’ve been...

Reflection 14 June

A reflection by Dan Spragg Sort of as a follow up to last week but mostly as I have reflected during and now coming out of lockdown I want to write this week about ‘the church’. Be warned I mostly have questions! Last week’s idea was quite a big idea, quite a concept...

Reflection 7 June – Trinity

A reflection by Dan Spragg As I mentioned in my midweek thoughts this week, occasionally the lectionary does well with the grouping of readings it selects for particular Sundays. This week is one of them. More on that in a moment. Firstly though, today is Trinity...

Reflection 31 May – Pentecost

A reflection by the departing Mart the Rev - Inside and outside the fences I love the inside/outside line from Baxter’s poem: Lord, Holy Spirit/You blow like the wind in a thousand paddocks/Inside and outside the fences/You blow where you wish to blow. On this...