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Lighting up Columbia

Medellin, Columbia’s second city, was notorious for drugs, crime and violence.  When one of Holy Trinity’s congregation told me she was going there to share work on urban regeneration through the use of light and lighting, I was a bit … Continue reading

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Thinking about eyes, sight and blindness ahead of next Sunday’s sermon on Bartimaeus, who was blind, I was taken back to the exhibition of Edvard Munch at the Tate Modern that I saw a week or so ago.  Munch was … Continue reading

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Spiritual umbrellas

I was talking about St Ninian at the All Age service today (yes, I know his feast is 16 September, but we are looking at saints of Scotland with the young people, and preparing for a Ninian-fest-display at the Doors … Continue reading

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Random time at the Kevingrove

Filling in time waiting to meet a delayed plane, I went to the Kevingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow for the first time since its refurbishment (yes, I know that was 6 years ago, but …) It’s now amazingly visitor- and child-friendly, … Continue reading

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St Michael

I was bowled over by the music at the rehearsal for Choral Eucharist at Holy Trinity this coming Thursday evening (7.30 pm, 29th Sept.).  We are celebrating the feast of St Michael and All Angels by gathering together the congregations … Continue reading

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Just returned from the second leg of annual leave catching the last of the summer wind on Tiree.  I had intended to blog from there, but the first thing I learned is that everything is provisional on Tiree  – a … Continue reading

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The Aden Veterans

Holy Trinity seems to have been adopted by the local Aden Veterans Association as their church.  We dedicated their new standard on Sunday and were reminded of what ‘maintaining the standard’ means for Christians in a great sermon by Revd. … Continue reading

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