Thought for the Month November 2023 Do we Remember? This weekend has seen Remembrance Day Services and commemorations throughout the country and beyond. People have come together to remember those who have lost their lives in the service of others, Men and Women who have sacrificed their lives in pursuit of a better world whereRead more

Thought for the Month October 2023 Vote for Donald or sing the song of Malakai? Psalms, my favourite book of the Bible, is full of poetry, imagery and metaphor; it is also rooted in the world as it was three thousand years ago. Not an easy read then – no wonder that you have toRead more

Thought for the Month September 2023 Can you remember your early childhood? Do you have memories of a time where you could be carefree and could be cherished for a naivety that brought smiles to adult faces, even though you didn’t really understand why?  Can you recall a childhood milestone that caused you to haveRead more

Thought for the month August 2023 The e-scooters of Life! Recently there was a news item on the TV regarding e-bicycles in London reporting on how, when they’ve finished, the people using them -sometimes thoughtlessly sometimes intentionally – leave them in an awkward place and sometimes in the most dangerous places imaginable. Most mornings IRead more

Thought for the Month – July 2023 Pilgrims or refugees? I heard the great English composer John Rutter recently talking about the Brahms German Requiem. He quoted the first line of the sixth movement taken from the Epistle to the Hebrews: “For here we have no abiding city, but we seek the city which isRead more

Thought for the Month – June 2023 “A man’s ethical behaviour should be based effectually on sympathy, education, social ties and needs; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death” – Albert Einstein Firstly,Read more