Category Archives: Churches

Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre

Of course, my presence in Chichester was to attend a seminar on ‘Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre’. It was held in the Bishop’s Palace, adjacent to Chichester Cathedral. Bishop Martin Warner welcomed us to the seminar. I was not alone

Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre

Of course, my presence in Chichester was to attend a seminar on ‘Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre’. It was held in the Bishop’s Palace, adjacent to Chichester Cathedral. Bishop Martin Warner welcomed us to the seminar. I was not alone

Chichester Cathedral

A glorious source of many photos which I will share more fully when I return (be warned). The pervading figure is St Richard of Chichester. The Shrine of St Richard of Chichester is a wonderful sight, backed by a tapestry

Chichester Cathedral

A glorious source of many photos which I will share more fully when I return (be warned). The pervading figure is St Richard of Chichester. The Shrine of St Richard of Chichester is a wonderful sight, backed by a tapestry

Final day at St Dunstan’s

One final session this morning with some discussion of practical catholic mission ideas led by Luke Miller, Archdeacon of London. Then a final Mass for evangelism, again led by Bishop Jonathan Baker who had hosted last evening’s conference dinner at

Final day at St Dunstan’s

One final session this morning with some discussion of practical catholic mission ideas led by Luke Miller, Archdeacon of London. Then a final Mass for evangelism, again led by Bishop Jonathan Baker who had hosted last evening’s conference dinner at

Lambeth Palace

I am attending the Anglican Catholic Mission Conference in London, co-organised by Anglican Catholic Future and Forward in Faith. The theme is God’s Church in the World: The Gift of Catholic Mission. Anglican Catholic Future includes a number of members

Lambeth Palace

I am attending the Anglican Catholic Mission Conference in London, co-organised by Anglican Catholic Future and Forward in Faith. The theme is God’s Church in the World: The Gift of Catholic Mission. Anglican Catholic Future includes a number of members

Anglican Catholic Mission 2018

Started the day with breakfast in my suite. I took the Red Lift to the foyer, but chose to walk rather than take the car. Saw some familiar sights and sites on the way along the Strand to Fleet Street.

Anglican Catholic Mission 2018

Started the day with breakfast in my suite. I took the Red Lift to the foyer, but chose to walk rather than take the car. Saw some familiar sights and sites on the way along the Strand to Fleet Street.

Return to Tufton Street

In London, paying homage to Watts & Co (again) and checking out Victoria Station which I will need on Friday for my trip to Chichester. Called in at St Matthew’s Westminster which I might attend on Sunday. The vicar is

Return to Tufton Street

In London, paying homage to Watts & Co (again) and checking out Victoria Station which I will need on Friday for my trip to Chichester. Called in at St Matthew’s Westminster which I might attend on Sunday. The vicar is

Smokey Mary’s

And it didn’t disappoint. Having had breakfast at 6am (after all New York is the city that never sleeps – because of all the noise) and having been reunited with my suitcase, I took a stroll down 6th Ave (Avenue

Smokey Mary’s

And it didn’t disappoint. Having had breakfast at 6am (after all New York is the city that never sleeps – because of all the noise) and having been reunited with my suitcase, I took a stroll down 6th Ave (Avenue