Views from the Vicarage - July/August 2014
- Published on Tuesday, 01 July 2014 00:00
July and August are traditionally times when most go on holiday. Most of my family holidays with my brother and parents were in North Wales, playing around the caravan and in the sand dunes and on the beach. The first holiday I can remember was when I was four and my grandparents took me for a week to Llandudno at a guest house. My grandfather bought me a boat to sail on the boating pool on the west shore. I still remember the gong for dinner! What I do remember most was that holidays were happy times, to relax and enjoy ourselves and have some special times with family.
Views from the Vicarage - June 2014
- Published on Sunday, 01 June 2014 00:00
We celebrated Ascension Day on Thursday the 29th May with singing from the Tower and the Eucharist in church forty days after Easter. Christ is no longer physically present with his disciples here on earth, we do not have to go to Jerusalem to see him. He has ascended, and entered into the invisible but still real world of his Father's presence, there to intercede for us for ever. He is the sacrificial lamb, once slain as an expiation for our sins, and great High Priest, bringing Heaven and earth together.
Views from the Vicarage - May 2014
- Published on Thursday, 01 May 2014 00:00
Happy Easter to everyone. We had the bells back in time for Easter and had a full ring on Easter Day. It is good to have the bells back. Also the new mechanism for the clock is installed so that the clock rings the hour absolutely accurately. You can set your watch by it now!
Views from the Vicarage - April 2014
- Published on Monday, 31 March 2014 00:00
This last month has been very busy for us in church. Many things have been going on this Lent.
News from the Vicarage - February 2014
- Published on Saturday, 01 February 2014 00:00
In bygone centuries, Christians said their last farewells to the Christmas season on Candlemas, 2 February. This is exactly 40 days after Christmas Day itself.