Desmond Tutu, the former Archbishop of South Africa and human rights activist, once said,” a person is a person through other persons”. Having a sense of belonging is crucial to our sense of self. Often we define ourselves through…
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“But Mary stood weeping outside the tomb.” – John 20:11
It felt like an ending
It seemed like failure
Even her grief was being denied as the body was now gone.
She stands as witness in her tears
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Peter in the courtyard is perhaps the centre of the discipleship journey for me. Certainly, Jesus upon the cross remains the mystical heart of faith – central to the mystery and passion of divine reconciliation. But for my own journey in seeking…
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10am Sunday (all ages)
BBQ after service (first Sunday of the month)