Poem a Day Good Friday

Judas Peter de Rosa Judas, if true love never ceases,                         

Poem a Day Good Friday2019-04-18T23:38:19+01:00

Holy Week Services

Each night we have enjoyed Night Prayer at St Mary's Gillingham, with a reflection on some aspect of Jesus' journey to the

Holy Week Services2019-04-19T00:10:55+01:00

Poem a Day – Maundy Thursday

LOVE bade me welcome; yet my soul drew back,       Guilty of dust and sin. But quick-eyed Love, observing me

Poem a Day – Maundy Thursday2019-04-14T19:51:17+01:00

Poem a Day – Wednesday Holy Week

I will keep broken things by Alice Walker. I will keep Broken Things: The big clay Pot With raised Iguanas Chasing Their

Poem a Day – Wednesday Holy Week2019-04-17T00:32:44+01:00

Memory Box Afternoon Tea

Memory Box enjoyed a great talk from Mary Gray this afternoon with a display of textile crafts that she has created over

Memory Box Afternoon Tea2019-04-15T21:59:14+01:00

Poem a Day Monday 15th April

The problem, unstated till now, is how to live in a damaged body in a world where pain is meant to be

Poem a Day Monday 15th April2019-04-14T19:47:55+01:00

Poem a Day Palm Sunday 14th April 2019

The Donkey by G.K. Chesterton When fishes flew and forests walked    And figs grew upon thorn, Some moment when the moon was

Poem a Day Palm Sunday 14th April 20192019-04-12T21:42:05+01:00

Poem a Day Saturday 13th April

Afterwards, by U A Fanthorpe The principalities, the powers, the politicians, The ones who pose in the spotlight Centre-stage, and magnetise us

Poem a Day Saturday 13th April2019-04-12T21:53:17+01:00