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Ray's Blog: May 2014

Whitby Christians Explore Villages Of God

Links between Whitby and The Community of Aidan and Hilda have been growing through our long-standing retreats with the Whitby OHP Sisters and more recently through meetings with members of Whitby Christian Fellowship who have a vision for the Christian presence in the town to become more embodied. One...
Posted at 02:08am on 23rd May 2014

Treasures From David Adam

I have coffee with David and Denise Adam at their home by the byrne. In order to write so many insightful books, he has acquired, in addition to a habit of observation, a treasure trove of a library. Aware that he cannot take these treasures with him, he seeks...
Posted at 01:18am on 18th May 2014

Usa Pilgrims - Models Of Church

John and Olive Drane bring students for a study and experience week. They are fellows of St. John's College Durham, affiliate professors in the School of Theology at Fuller Seminary, and John is Chair of the Fresh Expressions mission-shaped ministry board world-wide. Over coffee we discuss post-Christendom models...
Posted at 01:21am on 15th May 2014

Beltane In Escomb And Scotland

A week-end at the ancient church of Escomb by Northumbria's River Wear, built in the time of Saint Cuthbert. I meet Rectory Saturday house guests, Sunday morning church regulars, and worshippers at the afternoon monthly 'Celtic Church'. Kathryn walks with pilgrims from the Catholic Diocese of Hexham from Paradise...
Posted at 22:27pm on 7th May 2014

Three Unique House Guests

Guest No. 1: Simon and his new blind dog, named Hope. Hope is immature. She gets carried away by scents and other dogs, and forgets her master's needs. She did not get him to the church on time. Just like us.

Simon is a church leader who reflects with God...

Posted at 09:06am on 1st May 2014
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