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This section contains articles from senior members of clergy for parish magazines.


Parish Magazine Article - June 2023

I like the idea of chameleons –clever lizardy things that allegedly blush camouflage green when they are tongue-lassoing bugs in a bush, or come over all dusty beige when they are skulking in a sandpit (look out toddlers!) or exude an apeeling (sorry) oranginess when they are snoozing in a basket of satsumas.

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Parish Magazine God's Acre Content - June 2023

Parish magazine content each month from the team at Caring for God's Acre


Parish Magazine God's Acre Content - May 2023

Parish magazine content each month from the team at Caring for God's Acre


Parish Magazine Article - May 2023

As Christians it is right and proper that we should pay respect to those who rule over us but we should also remember that we belong to another Kingdom and our ultimate allegiance is to another King.


Parish Magazine Article - April 2023

Every day, I and countless others stake all that we are and will be on Easter and the person at its heart, Jesus. We may be fools or we may be right.


Parish Magazine God's Acre Content - April 2023

Parish magazine content each month from the team at Caring for God's Acre


Parish Magazine God's Acre Content - March 2023

Parish magazine content each month from the team at Caring for God's Acre


Parish Magazine Article - March 2023

I have been delighted to see how many people have already engaged with events in our year of prayer.  Not only, that but parishes across the diocese are organising their own programmes


Parish Magazine Article - February 2023

One of the most moving services I have ever attended took place on Ash Wednesday 2009, in Westminster Abbey. I was an ordinand, in training for ministry, and was on placement at the Abbey.


Parish Magazine Article - January 2023

The words seemed rather apt as we stand at the beginning of a New Year with the war in Ukraine still raging, COVID still causing problems, rising heating costs, strikes and economic turbulence all impacting our lives.  If 2022 seemed to be to quote the late Queen an ‘annus horribilis’ it might seem that 2023 feels all rather uncertain and unpredictable.

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