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Pancakes, Fun and Games

Pancakes, Fun and Games

Shrove Tuesday is the day when most English speaking countries traditionally eat pancakes. This used to be a way of using up ingredients such as sugar, fat and milk prior to the start of 40 days of fasting and abstinence known as Lent. It is where the term Mardi Gras comes from; literally Fat Tuesday. […]

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Community Camp 2020 @ Chapel Porth, Cornwall

Community Camp 2020 @ Chapel Porth, Cornwall

Come and be part of our Community Camp in Cornwall from Friday 22nd to Wednesday 27th of May 2020. There will be plenty of activities for all the family. You will have loads of fun, building great memories and developing new friendships in a beautiful part of the UK. Each day there will be a […]

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Light Up 2020

Light Up 2020

I recently got the chance to travel to Blenheim Place in Oxfordshire to join hundreds of other people as they switched on their Christmas lights. watch this video to see what I saw on my amazing night out. Lights brighten our lives and at this time of year, the sale of candles dramatically increases as […]

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The importance of Advent

The importance of Advent

Advent is more than opening doors for chocolate This weekend is the start of advent when all around the world children eagerly open advent calendar window day by day as they mark off the days till Christmas is finally here. For them its all about the chocolate and what is behind each window. But what […]

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Why should we remember?

Why should we remember?

Lest we forget May I suggest to you that if we don’t take the time to remember, we won’t. Life gets in the way so we use many ways to help us remember. For example, we move a ring to another finger, we circle dates on calendars, we make photo albums and take selfies, we […]

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Comforting Words

Comforting Words

When needing comfort or things seem to get on top of me I often go to the Psalms. Most were written by King David who experienced numerous family tensions, a war torn land, work place jealousies, bullying and all sorts of other challenges in his personal life. Many of the Psalms are rants at God, […]

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