Training walk for Ben Nevis at Stourhead / Mere

This is it! The last training walk. The date should all be in your diaries as it was communicated when we had our first meeting at St Mary’s (so no excuses for double bookings!). The walk will be between 16-20 miles, it will be by Stourhead and Mere. It’s a lovely part of the country which will involve walking through the woods and taking in … Continue reading Training walk for Ben Nevis at Stourhead / Mere

Musical Concert at All Saints

Music Therapy Fund-Raising Concert Sunday 14th May  at 5pm All Saints Church Burley Road ,Bransgore,BH23 8DG   The PARRY SEXTET play Brahms String Sextet Op18 in B flat major With special talented young guests HANNAH BARTLETT-VIOLA Who will play solo Bach and SAM HANSON-ORGAN Who will surprise you on the organ ENTRY BY DONATION-suggested £10 per person The concert will be followed by wine and all … Continue reading Musical Concert at All Saints

The cruel hounding of Tim Farron is bloodsport for secularists

This is an article from the Spectator. It discusses a very topical conversation (some might say controversial topic) of the perceived Christian attitude towards homosexuality and the treatment of Tim Farron as a Christian by the more secularist elements of the media. For the benefit of Sky News, standard Christian doctrine says gay sex is a sin. It’s the sin that gives sinning a good … Continue reading The cruel hounding of Tim Farron is bloodsport for secularists

Five “lost” Archbishops are found in Lambeth Palace

From the BBC. The remains of five Archbishops of Canterbury have been found beneath a medieval parish church next to Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official London residence. Builders renovating the Garden Museum, housed at the deconsecrated church of St Mary-at-Lambeth, found a hidden crypt containing 30 lead coffins. Site manager Karl Patten said: “We discovered numerous coffins – and one of them had a … Continue reading Five “lost” Archbishops are found in Lambeth Palace