Category Archives: The Living Well

The Light of the World

Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with them and them with me. (Rev 3: 20) Christian art is well established and used to enhance our worship, though admittedly some of the more contemporary pieces can be… Read More »

Worship and Healing Prayer

at 10.30am on: Thursday 17th September, Thursday 22nd October, Thursday 26th November, Thursday 17th December. If the weather is warm, worship will take place in the Rose Garden.  Otherwise, it will be held in the Chapel, Lounge and Upper Room as each room can accommodate up to 6 people safely. Our three chaplains, Lorraine, Hilary… Read More »

Going Fishing with Jesus

Simon Peter climbed aboard and helped drag the net ashore. It was full of large fish, 153, but even with so many the net was not torn. Jesus said to them, ‘Come and have breakfast.’ John 21: 11-12a. Fishing in the Sea of Galilee was a bit hit and miss. The stories we read in… Read More »

Exam Chaos!

I wonder if you or someone in your family or amongst your friends has been affected by the exam results chaos in recent days. Its very hard to be told one thing, then to be told its all changed and then what you wanted to do is now unavailable! Most of us can feel some… Read More »

It’s all about relationships

Life is all about relationships it seems. Relationships that extend way beyond us humans. Relationships are the what the human being experiences with everything around them, everything that happens to them and everything that promotes a response, or arguably no response – which is a form of response after all! I am relating to everything… Read More »

Peter’s Confession of Christ

Jesus asked them, ‘Who do you think I am?’ Simon Peter answered, ‘The Christ, the Messiah, the Son of the living God.’ (Matt 16: 15-16) In one of the weekend papers there is always a celebrity interview where the same questions are asked each week e.g. favourite music, play, book etc. One question is who… Read More »

Are you quarantine angry?

I wonder if you or someone you know has been impacted by the recent quarantine regulations on return from holiday? How are you feeling? Or how are you feeling about the impact of the recent total and subsequent partial lockdown? Have you/do you feel angry at all? And is it OK to feel like this?… Read More »

Action in Difficult Circumstances

‘So God was kind to the midwives and the people increased and became even more numerous.’ Exodus 1:20. A lecturer (Bob) at college shared a testimony with us from when he was involved in a Christian charity in South America.  He got a call from a very distraught man, who lived with his family in… Read More »