REFLECTION – Sixth Sunday of Easter

4th May 2018

Love is a word that we use so much these days, it’s a word that we tend to overuse instead of using the word ‘like’, Especially in terms of material things and possessions. It’s a word to be used for affection and our feelings towards family, boyfriends and girlfriends, husbands and wives, and today in […]

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What we’ve been up to this April 2018

A busy month! What a joy April has been! Together we have been able to celebrate the wonderful season of Easter doing what we love. This month has been a busy month for Parish Visits and other key meetings across the Diocese (and beyond) PARISHES WE’VE VISITED THIS MONTH Crewe Chester Ludlow Middlewich Knutsford Newport […]

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REFLECTION – Fifth Sunday of Easter

Love is real and active We can learn a lot about being a good Christian from today’s Second Reading. St John tells us that our love cannot be just words, it has to involve action. We cannot merely go to Church every Sunday and then forget about faith for the rest of the week. We […]

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Mind the Gap – New Mental Health Campaign from YCW

Mind the Gap New Campaign from YCW (Young Christian Workers) Dave, from SYMT, reflects on his previous work as part of YCW and gives us a taste of what their new campaign is all about. I was privileged to work for YCW for three years, and it was a fantastic experience. From 2002 – 2005, […]

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REFLECTION – Fourth Sunday of Easter

The Good Shepherd Today’s Gospel contains one of the seven ‘I am’ statements from Jesus. These are used to reveal more about His nature to us; this particular scripture explains that Jesus is the Good Shepherd. For us in the 21st Century, this analogy may not seem as relevant to us as others, I know […]

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