Welcome to my website! You will find all sorts here, from short stories to in-depth articles with reflections in between on a wide variety of topics. Welcome to my life…

I am a Christian minister working on the interface between faith and environmental issues such as climate change and conservation. I’m based in the seaside city of Brighton and Hove in Sussex, England, at the Brighthelm Church and Community Centre, right in the heart of Brighton. I also co-facilitate Open Sky Forest Church. I welcome any excuse to spend time outdoors, especially in the woods, although I find music a good excuse to be indoors, especially if that’s where the piano (or guitar or banjo or ukulele) is or where the dance is being held. I’m married to textile artist Louise and we have three ‘children’ who are older than they used to be.

On the Home page, you’ll find a wide range of reflections, plus tip-offs to longer pieces elsewhere. Use the Search facility or the menus on the right to find older pieces on particular topics. Please do use the ‘Follow’ button to receive updates by email or in your WordPress reader.

Other pages on the main menu contain longer articles and bible studies. The menus should guide you to what you’re looking for, otherwise please use the Contact page to ask me.

I am also happy to give talks or run workshops or quiet days, and there’s a page that outlines my portfolio for Speaking Engagements.

Thank you for visiting!

11 thoughts on “About”

  1. I love your blog posts and the heart they reflex. In the ferocious and terrible – in the serene and lovely – we see the signature of God and our place in what he has created. We also see our responsible to be stewards of his grace as creation eagerly awaits its redemption.

  2. As an antitheist I welcome you to my blog and hope you find it stimulating and thought provoking. We might not agree but we can have fun disagreeing with open minds.
    Best wishes
    Opher – Opher’s World blog

  3. my name is graham mabbs born in portsmouth 75 years ago .Am looking at doing a family tree do you know if you are a relation at all.

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