An excellent sermon from Dave Tomlinson, not least because it's based on a Leonard Cohen song. Dave wrote 'The Post Evangelical' and Simon and I had the pleasure of having a chat with Dave a couple of years ago at Greenbelt. Enjoy: http://www.saintlukeschurch.org.uk/talks/?sermon_id=189 p
So this Sunday evening at the pub, everyone had to put up with my rambling about how much of a fan of St Patrick (the historical figure) I am and spouting everything I could recall about him. Fortunately someone much more eloquent has done a decent blog about him here... so I'm just going to … Continue reading St Patrick’s Fangirl…
St Brigid’s Day & Imbolc 2014 Link here to the powerpoint for our evening around the fire...
A little something not as folky or metal as you might expect from me, but thought it was a good one for us all for 2014: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0qwwvyoa0U Love, Light and Blessing to all for the coming year.
As we are all scattered to the four winds for the next month or so, I thought perhaps this week we could do a Collective Videodrome. I've tried to start things off with a seasonal collection on my personal blog: Solstice & Christmas Meditation It would be great if people could comment with their thoughts … Continue reading Videodrome by Internet
This evening's videodrome was centered on a film following several people on Hindu pilgrimage to the Kumbh Mela. Don't think it's currently available on online player, but this is the info link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b037w0xc No brain power to properly summarise, but noticed plenty of similarities between ourselves and other people, and differences, and ways that beliefs … Continue reading Pilgrimage
So glad of our community gathering together over the last few days, even when there hasn't been a lot that we could say, only share our being and presence with one another. I felt this (acoustic, cello) version of Mettalica's "Nothing Else Matters" by Apocalyptica is a good reflection of that. If I had to … Continue reading A Song Without Words