From Our Previous Minister, Brian
Letters From Brian, Our previous Minister
Recent copies of the letters from our previous Minister Brian. These are reproduced from the monthly Newsletter..
Thanks to all of you for your love, fellowship, humour and prayers.
My diary doesn’t really have many observations until recent times.
Each year I invite people to think of the events of Christmas 2000 years ago.
People often say to clergy, doctors and teachers, “ you should write a book”. ....
We all have moments when we don’t notice what is before us ....
As a nation we have known struggles ....
Three lock downs later and the church is pulling together ...
There are times in life when living the faith can be very challenging
What do you make of the Church?
As we progress to Easter we can ponder our own failings and their affects on us and other people.
Contentment is a quality we do not cultivate enough
We live in an age of Covenant between Methodists and Anglicans
At the start of a New Year we may well wonder what lies around the corner
Christmas should be a time of joy
As Remembrance comes into view once more my thoughts will be varied.
How people respond to their future can be critical ..
Jesus said ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.'
"In the Bible there is no shortage of people deciding ..."
"Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers ..."
We just need to trust and obey what God looks for in his people.
Easter weekend (the first one) was not exactly what the disciples had hoped for
Did you know Jesus spoke about money more than prayer
Forgiveness is mandatory for a good and real Christian.
You don’t need me to declare 2020 can be best described as a ‘complete turkey’
No room at the Inn! ....
Conformity, discipline and doing the right thing seems to elude people in all generations
Jesus said to the early disciples ‘I will make you fishers of men’ ....
We should take joy in the healing of others ....
I am guilty of overusing one verse of scripture ...
Perhaps lock-down has brought out the less cuddly side in a number of us?
Life is complicated, hard work, short; but also incredible.
I am not suggesting we take unnecessary risk to keep our people and our selves safe
You don’t have to do everything to save souls
Recent copies of letters from our previous minister Brian. These are reproduced from the monthly Newsletter.