Monthly Archives: July 2012

Shine a light

Pentecost +9b – Sunday 29th July 2012 John 6: 1-21 Eighteen months ago Oldham Council proudly announced that they had won a grant to replace every single street light in the borough with more environmentally friendly equipment, in a rolling … Continue reading

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Keeps pulling us back

Pentecost +7b – Sunday 15th July 2012 Mark 6: 14-29 It’s been a rather sobering week. Along with many other stories to absorb it’s been sad to read about the deaths of Eric Sykes and Ernest Borgnine. Fortunately, they both … Continue reading

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Concrete footprints

Pentecost +6b – Sunday 8th July 2012 Mark 5: 21-43 Not so long ago, a local retailer updated and modernised its premises, doubling the size of their operation and expanding beyond all recognition. To help make possible this growth at … Continue reading

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