Month: December 2022
My favourite Richard Hall
Richard Hall is a common enough name and there are plenty of us to choose from among the current crop. But my favourite can be found in Georgian England.
A Sermon for Covenant Sunday
The annual Covenant Service is very important to the life of the Methodist Church in Britain. Here’s the sermon I intend to preach when I celebrate it in a week or two.
Met Office: 2022 will be Britain’s warmest year on record
Data from the UK Met Office suggests that 2022 will have been the UK’s warmest on record. Every month except December was warmer than average.
Getting to grips with WordPress
A few weeks since I came back to WordPress and I’m beginning to feel at home again
Testing out some WordPress features that I’m not used to
I’ve been playing around with WordPress a bit, so this is just a test to make sure I haven’t broken anything. Nothing to see here.
Another little poem from R S Thomas
“Blind Noel” by R.S. Thomas
The truth is, I’m not much of a lad for poetry. But something about R S Thomas always stirs me, even if I’m not sure I quite ‘get it’.
Christmas with Wesley #2
I think this might be my favourite of Wesley’s Nativity hymns