Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Sunny sensations on Wednesday 12 April

Hello, Boiler Room Bloggers. I am loving the sunshine this morning. Thank God for beautiful days.

This week I went climbing for the day in the Peak District, with an outdoor pursuits club I help with. It was sunny, and we had a great day. Many of the young people were amazed that sometimes the sunshines in the Peaks!

Also, yesterday, I journeyed on the Labyrinth at St Leonards church at the Hythe. This is a prayer journey with many creative prayer activities laid out in the old church....Nice one to the folk of St Stephens church for organising and supervising it. Sounds like they got quite a few unchurched people in from the local community. If you want to visit it's open Wednesday lunch time and evening, and then on Easter Sunday afternoon....

Change of venue for Sunday lunch on April 23. Don't forget we're meeting for lunch on Sunday 23 April, 1pm to 3pm at the University Chaplaincy (Room3.320)...joining in with their holiday time Sunday lunches. Please bring some food to share...It'll be great to catch up and you can bring partners and family too. I want to talk more about how the Community can grow together and act a rhythm of prayer, action, mission, creativity, hospitality and study.

There's car parking right by the Chaplaincy. To get there turn into the main entrance of the University of Essex, off the B1028 Colchester Road to Wivenhoe. Drive straight ahead (passed the Sports Centre turning and a No Entry sign!) for 1 mile, down the hill and round the right hand bend. Take the turning on the right, which leads underneath the university buildings. After 100 metres there is a signpost showing Chaplaincy to the left. Follow this sign. Park in the open air area, and use use the glass doors in the corner to ascend to the Chaplaincy.

We're planning to meet for lunch on Sunday 28 May too, venue to be decided...

For study, I am reading a book on Early Celtic Christianity, but it seems to be more about fairy stories than about what the early Celtic missionaries actually did...I am persevering!

with love for you and Jesus,


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