This section contains articles from senior members of clergy for parish magazines.
No sooner are the Christmas decorations down on Twelfth Night (or Candlemas, depending on your practice) than the Easter Eggs start appearing in the shops one of our modern signs of spring!
A late entry for January parish magazine, The Dean of Hereford calls us to take up our Bibles and join her in a challenge to read The Bible in one year!
By the time most people read this, Blue Monday will be a distant memory, but as I talk to people after two years of the COVID pandemic, there is a level of uncertainty and anxiety, which fuels a sense that our world is out of control.
The humble familiarity of the Christmas story reminds us that we can know God. The good news is that knowledge can be transformative as we enter into a relationship with him. I
November can be a strange time of year with Autumn coming towards its end and the weather turning colder as winter rushes towards us.
Last month marked the events of September 11 â€“ it feels unbelievable that 20 years have passed since this major world event happened.
September is often the month when refreshed by our summer holidays, we hit the ground running.
I have learned in the Christian life to be prepared for surprises.
As you read this the Wimbledon tennis tournament will be well underway, albeit with reduced seating capacity
This is the first time I've written one of these articles since I moved to south Shropshire and was collated as Archdeacon of Ludlow at the end of April.