• Harvest Celebrations

    27th September 2021

        Thank you to everyone who decorated the church and barn so we could celebrate Harvest and all the wonderful gifts God has given us. A special thanks to Keith baking our harvest loaf and an extra for communion/lunch. And a big thank you also to Mike, Susie and Rose for hosting our Harvest Lunch ...

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  • Food Bank

    15th September 2021

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  • Musing on Mark – outrageous behaviour

    6th September 2021

    Musing on Mark 7, 24 to the end More outrageous behaviour from our saviour! Was Jesus really so rude? This weeks reports tell of Jesus venturing north from Capernaum into the region of Tyre for a secret holiday. The people of this area were formerly bitter enemies of Israel. It seems there is nowhere he can escape ...

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  • Harvest Celebrations

    2nd September 2021

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  • September Services

    1st September 2021

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  • Musing on Mark – Facing the truth of our true selves

    30th August 2021

    Musing on Mark 7, 1 to 8 then 14 to 15 and 21 to 23 Facing the truth of our true selves I don’t know about you, but I know I can be really good at finding excuses for not challenging my less-than-perfect behaviour. I too find it easy to slip into doing, thinking, saying as everyone ...

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  • Musing on John – Off at a tangent….?

    19th August 2021

    Musing on John 6, 51 to 58 Off at a tangent….? So this is the third week focusing on Jesus ‘I am the Living Bread’ discourse, and I find I have little more to say about it except to note the repetition means that it’s all mega important, and also to note that he spoke it all ...

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  • Musing on John – We are what we eat.

    8th August 2021

    Musing on John 6, 35 and 41 to 51 We are what we eat. In 1826 the French author Anthelme Brillat-Savarin wrote his Physiologue du Gout, ou Meditations de Gastronomie in which he said ‘Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are’ (in French, of course). Jesus said, ‘I am the bread ...

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  • Greeting Cards

    24th July 2021

    Message from Cathy about her greetings cards, helping to raise money for the Friends of St Marys Last year, during the first lockdown, I took my camera with me on my daily walk around the village and collected a series of images of Long Crendon. I was also asked to take photographs of the Open Gardens ...

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  • Musing on John

    24th July 2021

    Musing on John 6, 1 to 21 Is this just about showing through miracles that Jesus is divine? In contrast to the records of these events in other Gospel, John’s retelling is after a lifetimes reflection. Are there any significant differences? Observations: So the wind must have been against the disciples as they crossed the lake because the crowd could ...

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