Renewing Social Connexions Bream Methodist Church's programme of renewing social connexions has attracted a lot local interest and excitement. We have now raised enough money to hold a Flower Festival and Craft Fayre. Local people are now engaged in arranging flowers, as a tribute to the church year, to be displayed in our chapel. Local crafts people will be selling and displaying their wares. There will be freshly prepared food served and baked goods for sale, as well as live music performed…See More
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Our Jewish brothers and sisters have been celebrating the festival of Passover from 14th April, continuing until 22nd April. Pope Francis I. has sent a telegram expressing his good wishes for Passover to the Jewish community in Rome:" A few days on from our meeting, and with renewed gratitude for your having desired to honour the celebration of the beginning of my ministry with your presence and that of other distinguished members of the Jewish community, I take great pleasure in extending my…See More
This coming long weekend brings not one, but two festivals of non-Christian religions – the Jain community celebrates Mahavir Jayanti on 13th April (Sunday), and the Sikh community celebrates Vaisakhi on Monday. The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue is sending a greeting message to all Jains for Mahavir Jayanti, which can be found here:…See More
This is the text of this morning's Pause for Thought on the Chris Evans Show on BBC Radio 2 in the presence of actors Emma Thompson, Celia Imrie, Paul McGann, Sean Pertwee and musician Billy Ocean.I've just been on holiday for a week of culture-free sitting in the sun and reading. It was brilliant. I packed a pile of…See More