From Our Minister's Work Station

From Our Minister's Workstation
Recent copies of the minsters letters from our Minister Brian. ...more
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April 2022: From The Minister’s Childhood

As we progress to Easter we can ponder our own failings and their affects on us and other people. -> More....

March 2022: From The Minister’s Idyll

Contentment is a quality we do not cultivate enough -> More....

February 2022: From The Minister’s Pen

We live in an age of Covenant between Methodists and Anglicans -> More....

January 2022: From The Minister’s Resolutions

At the start of a New Year we may well wonder what lies around the corner -> More....

November 2021: From The 2 Minute's Silence

As Remembrance comes into view once more my thoughts will be varied. -> More....

October 2021: From The Minister’s Hymn Book

How people respond to their future can be critical .. -> More....

August-September 2021: From The Minister’s Mask Drawer

Jesus said ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.' -> More....

July 2021: From The Minister’s Wireless

"In the Bible there is no shortage of people deciding ..." -> More....

June 2021: From The Minister’s Coffee Pot

"Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers ..." -> More....

May 2021: From The Minister’s Dog Walk

We just need to trust and obey what God looks for in his people. -> More....

April 2021: From The Minister’s Garden

Easter weekend (the first one) was not exactly what the disciples had hoped for -> More....

March 2021: From The Minister’s Fireside

Did you know Jesus spoke about money more than prayer -> More....

February 2021: From Our Minister’s Packed Bags

Forgiveness is mandatory for a good and real Christian. -> More....

January 2021: From Our Minister’s Christmas Tree

You don’t need me to declare 2020 can be best described as a ‘complete turkey’ -> More....

November 2020: From Our Minister’s Study

Conformity, discipline and doing the right thing seems to elude people in all generations -> More....

October 2020: From Our Minister’s Dust

Jesus said to the early disciples ‘I will make you fishers of men’ .... -> More....

August/ September 2020: From Our Minister’s Study

We should take joy in the healing of others .... -> More....

July 2020:From Our Minister’s NEW Hideout

I am guilty of overusing one verse of scripture ... -> More....

June 2020:From Our Minister’s Isolation

Perhaps lock-down has brought out the less cuddly side in a number of us? -> More....

May 2020:From Our Minister’s Hideout

Life is complicated, hard work, short; but also incredible. -> More....

April 2020:From Our Deacon’s ‘Guest Pen’ (whilst Rev Brian is on Sabbatical)

I am not suggesting we take unnecessary risk to keep our people and our selves safe -> More....

February 2020: From the Minister’s Growing Lists

I fear that plans have been made for me!! -> More....

December 2019: From the Minister’s Perspective

I understand people do not wish to be hypocritical about something they don’t believe. -> More....

November 2019: From the Minister’s Fireside

As Remembrance comes round again we should ponder how frail life and luxury are -> More....

October 2019: From the Crease with the Minister

We all hear or spread gossip from time to time and it can go unnoticed. ... -> More....

August/September 2019: To go boldly with the Minister

This is our home so we better take better care of it. ... -> More....

July 2019: From the Minster's Deckchair

For each of us there is a place and time to serve under God ... -> More....

June 2019: From the Minsters News Stand

Clergy can find themselves in very hot water ... -> More....
Recent copies of the minster's letters from our Minister Brian. These are reproduced from the monthly Newsletter.