The Curate's Blog

  • Rev Annabelle Elletson

Raphael and Inis Oírr, who will be playing for us this evening in the Church as part of the Chamber Music concert series, played for the children at the school this afternoon. Even though Class 3 had been for a long walk during the day, they were all held rapt for a whole half hour, and as well as violin and viola Inis Oírr showed them what a recorder can really sound like.

  • Rev Annabelle Elletson

Very excitingly, we have a series of chamber music concerts starting tomorrow, 6th June, and continuing through June. Details are on the Home page, and although booking is essential in order manage numbers tickets are free and everyone is welcome.

Hopefully see you soon.

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  • Rev Annabelle Elletson

We could be forgiven for thinking that we are seeing the end of the pandemic coming into sight, but for many there is still a lot of grief to deal with, countries still battling the virus, people now contending with other illness that have gone untreated over the past year. We are still in need of prayer for healing. This comes from the Northumbria Community's first book of Celtic Daily Prayer:

At every moment of our existence

You are present to us, Father,

in gentle compassion.

Help us to be present

to one another,

so that our presence

may be a strength

that heals the wounds of time

and gives hope that is for all persons

through Jesus, our Lord and Brother.

Weston Priory, Vermont