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Visiting Marx, Beadle, Adams and Others

Cemeteries often showcase a great deal of commemorative art. A brief stroll around one particular North London graveyard certainly attests to this ideal. Visiting Highgate cemetery is admittedly an unusual outing, but if one admires any of the interesting character’s that reside among the unkempt greenery and the gravelled paths, one might find it rather fascinating. 1,125 more words


Fork In The Road

There is a fork in everyone’s road… one way is fear & the other, Purity.

If I choose the path of fear… it leads to dishonesty, selfishness & resentment. 79 more words

Some Thoughts on Charity at Christmastime

Every year, as we approach Christmas, a privileged guilt sweeps over the more fortunate individuals in our society. This guilt is galvanized, of course, when we stare at the unnecessary items of indulgence that form a pile in our shopping trolleys in the final weeks of December. 696 more words


"What is Love?" Philippians 2:1-11 (15 FEB 2015)

//Therefore if there is any encouragement in Christ, if there is any consolation of love, if there is any fellowship of the Spirit, if any affection and compassion, make my joy complete by being of the same mind, maintaining the same love, united in spirit, intent on one purpose. 1,446 more words

Regular Sermon

'Want' To Help!

I was helping someone the other day & they decided to help me.

When I saw them doing it, I said “you didn’t have to do that” & they said “and you didn’t have to do this, but you did.” … 77 more words

gently I lay this at your feet


offerings of small gestures


but enthusiastically given


your unassuming warmth generously covers me


hidden within my flesh

Poetic Words