I just had the privilege of sharing a few wonderful hours in the company of the amazing Leonard Cohen, who played Cardiff in his current world tour. I know this sounds like I'm bragging, and I am, but for me Leonard and Pubchurch are intimately associated. Primarily this is because if it weren't for Bill … Continue reading Come Healing
A friend, colleague and co-conspirator shared this poem with me. I think a lot of us have a difficult relationship with Church and, if we do as humans, God certainly does.ChurchPosted on September 2, 2013And while I’m away I’m leaving the fiancée in charge Have you met her? Yes She’s the one Who behaves like … Continue reading “Church” by Samir Dawatly
Here are some photos from our time at Greenbelt 2013. Photos are of the Healing Herb Pathway in the Grove, and the Sunday evening fire ritual.
Well its arrived and welcome to anyone who has joined The Grove, passed by with curiosity or scanned our QR code just because you could! The circle is more beautiful that we could imagine, thanks to the wonderful collective of forest churchers, foragers, nChanters and barnonians. We are especially proud of our healing herb pathway … Continue reading Opening ritual at The Grove #gb40
I'm unsure how much to say about the frantic preparation that's going on at Casa del PubChurch this week in anticipation of Greenbelt. I don't want to give anything away, but I would like to drop some tasters for those who might stumble upon our little collective at Greenbelt. It has involved: welding, pyrography, collecting … Continue reading Fire at the Heart of the Earth / Healing Herbs Pathway
In a world surrounded by statistics, tonight we had a hunt across the web and newspapers to find some numbers that might illuminate the world we live in. We used the 12 days of Christmas as a loose way to structure our searching, trying to find statistics relating to the numbers 1-12. A tenuous link … Continue reading The 12 days of statistics…
Nic took out a policy with Quaker rooted company Friends Provident. Later he got diagnosed with cancer. Instead of spending his final days with the peace of mind his critical illness cover should have assured, he spent it trying to get the company to pay out what it owed. That fight is continuing. So far … Continue reading Nic’s Fight