Asst. Curate’s letter: September

“Say, Pooh, why aren’t you busy?” I said. “Because it’s a nice day,” said Pooh. “Yes, but—-” “Why ruin it?” he said. “But you could be doing something Important,” I said. “I am,” said Pooh. “Oh? Doing What?” “Listening,” he said. “Listening to what?” ‘To the birds. And that squirrel over there.” “What are theyContinue reading “Asst. Curate’s letter: September”

New family service: Teddy bear’s picnic.

Sunday’s the day the teddy bears have their picnic at St John the Evangelist Scottish Episcopal Church, Wick. Children and children-at-heart are warmly invited to attend a Teddy Bear’s Picnic Service at St John’s on Sunday at 4pm. The service will include storytelling, singing and activities for children to enjoy, as well as giving themContinue reading “New family service: Teddy bear’s picnic.”

Assistant Curate’s letter: What is love?

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.”                                                                                  John 13:34-35 On Sunday we explored these three sentences. What it means to love one anotherContinue reading “Assistant Curate’s letter: What is love?”

Assistant Curate’s letter: Easter

Last month I asked where our priorities lay. I asked if we choose to be outward focussed? Who could choose, whatever the cost, to reach out to others? Who would choose to help others in poverty, despair or addictions so that they may come to know the love and peace of Christ?  This month IContinue reading “Assistant Curate’s letter: Easter”