Posts from March 2014

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Knowing God in a World of Unkown

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

It seems that Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 has disappeared in the southern Indian Ocean. What it was doing there is still a mystery. In fact, it is possible we might never know. How we hate the unknown: we love to have everything solved and solved instantly. However, we Christians know that life is not fully [...]

Looking forward by Faith

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

At the end of watching the television news recently, I was left with a deep sadness. An aircraft had gone missing (apparently due to human malevolence), the details of the Daniel Morecombe murder were discussed, the details of abuse of young children in a state home were released and that was without Syria and the [...]

Church Camp

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

Our church camp is only 2 weeks away. Why go? The time away gives great opportunity for some focussed teaching of God’s Word, and time to interact with the Word in a less pressured way. We have time to get to know people better and to meet people from other services. And, yes, we have [...]

Radical Love

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

In October 2006 a gunman broke into an Amish school and murdered 5 children all aged under 13. He then killed himself. Within a short time, members of the Amish community visited the killer’s wife to comfort her in her loss! When the gunman was buried, many of those who attended the funeral were Amish. [...]