Rector’s Letters

September 2018

This morning at about 7:30 am my daughter came to me with a mixture of horror and admiration on her face; her 13-year-old cat had managed to catch a pigeon and brought it inside. Admiration because at that age the cat still had it in her, and horror at the dead bird which now had to be disposed of. . . . . view letter

August 2018

I am writing this article on Friday the 13th, a day of great superstition, not helped by the Freddie Kruger – Friday 13 horror film franchise. I am amazed at the number of people who superstitiously touch wood for good luck. . . . view letter

July 2018

I was chatting to a lovely young couple about spirituality and faith, she said something to me that I hear quite often about attending church and so on. It goes something like this, ‘I am spiritual, but I don’t feel I need to attend church to be a Christian’.  . . .View letter