Here you will find stories, bible studies, liturgy, sermons and articles. Just brew the tea, scroll down and click through! You might also like to go to my blog page for less formal reflective writing. Please scroll to the foot of the page for information about copyright and permissions.
Creation Psalms (click on the picture…)
Other Bible studies and sermons
- Genesis 8.15 – 9.27 Noah after the Flood
- Psalm 147 Bringing it all together
- Isaiah 2.1-5 Walking in the light in the dark (Advent Sunday)
- Isaiah 11.1-9 Hope for a new world
- Matthew 25.14-30 Parable of the Talents
- Luke 16.1-13 Parable of the dishonest manager
- The Little Hen’s Egg Kindness and collaboration in the farmyard
- The Old Woman and The Tree Spiritual fruits transform lives
- Fire Bird A story of hope set in a post-collapse future
- And there was a shepherdess There must surely have been more women around at Christmas
- The Christmas Wolf Arroooooo! Who will keep the sheep safe while the shepherds disappear to Bethelehem?
- Elijah’s Christmas Is God in Christmas? The prophet Elijah finds out
- Robert the Reindeer Robert the Reindeer saves the day and gets a reward from God
- Santa the Wise Man Interview with Father Christmas in which he reveals his part in the birth of Jesus
- Saving Santa Nicholas has lost his way in life, but a star-lit encounter on the night before Christmas gets him back on track
- Eucharist for the Earth
- Twilight Litany
- Complan (Milky nourishment for the soul at bedtime)
- Autumn Prayer
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