Reflection 11 April – Our friend, Thomas

John 20:19-31 Our friend, Thomas a reflection by Dan Spragg There was an article that appeared in the New York Times in 1997 of how a prisoner during the time of the KhmerRouge in Cambodia was saved from execution on account of Aesop’s fables. Here’s some of the...

Good Friday – 2 April

Reading & ReflectingJohn 13:1-17 During the reading a bowl, water jug, and towel were placed on the communion table. What do these symbols of feet washing say to you?Who do we say Jesus is because of these?ServantHumbleLiving by a different ordering of things,By a...

Reflection 4 April – Easter Sunday

What do we do with the bigness of resurrection? Reflection by Anne Stewart If you were with us on Friday you will have heard Dan talk about how difficult it can be for us to fully enter the horror and emptiness of Good Friday because we sit firmly on the other side of...

Reflection 21 March – Esther 9 & 10

Esther 9 & 10 - The ending isn’t straightforward... a reflection by Dan Spragg And so we’ve reached the end of Esther. This part of the story would definitely ensure, if it was a movie, and if it hadn’t already, that it received an ‘R’ or at least an ‘M’ rating...

Reflection 14 March – Esther 7 & 8

Esther chapters 7 and 8 ‘See-sawing fortunes’Reflection by Anne Stewart We join the story of Esther this week, at the point where the king and his chief advisor Haman are sitting down to the second banquet that Queen Esther has invited them to.   It’s a very...

Reflection 7 March – Esther 5 & 6

Esther chapters 5 and 6 ‘Power and purpose’Reflection by Anne Stewart Well, here we are at chapters 5 and 6 of the Book of Esther and the story is gathering pace.   For those who are entering the journey at this point here’s a quick recap of what’s happened...