Monthly Archives: August 2015

Reflections of hopefulness

In the past two weeks, I have sort of been part of two Flower Festivals and an Arts and Crafts weekend. St Ffraid’s, Trearddur Bay and St Cybi’s, Holyhead have both had Flower Festivals. Both involved creativity and team work, … Continue reading

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Bi-lingual matters: more than just language

Dw i’n dysgu Cymraeg. Mi wnes i symud ym Mae Trearddur yn mis Chwefror 2014. Like most people learning something new, I have become quite passionate, in an understated English sort of way, about learning and speaking Welsh. It is … Continue reading

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Stretching the canons

It must be the biblical critic in me. I am a bit of a radical conservative when it comes to the text. I am not just talking about the biblical canon, indeed, I am the only person in the universe who … Continue reading

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Friends: the beauty of them

I have been back to Cumbria recently. I was successively Team Vicar and Team Rector there for a while. There were good times and not so good times. To be honest, when I was good, I was very very good, … Continue reading

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