I’m delighted to share with you all that I have been asked to preach at the Saying Goodbye service at Canterbury Cathedral on the 6th of July. Saying Goodbye is a superb charity that each year organises a whole series …

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The Church of England’s Research and Statistics Department (OK, technically the Archbishops’ Council’s Research and Statistics Department) has released figures for the past decade or so’s attendances at Cathedrals. The headline figures are encouraging, showing a growth in attendance of …

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Here are the top ten posts from 2011, in reverse order. 10 – Giles Fraser massacres Scripture yet again – A frank yet accurate examination of Fraser’s Thought for the Day on Radio 4’s Today programme at the start of …

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New TwurchCast over at the Twurch. Enjoy! It’s the new year (in fact it’s already February) and so without any further ado here is the latest twurchcast! In this episode @peterould and @thechurchmouse talk Going for Growth, Big Bible Lent …

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Last week’s article in the Church of England newspaper about re-examining the Eucharist got me thinking. Is the way that a large number of Anglican churches do the Eucharist not the only thing in church life that is dominated by …

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