Easter Yarn: Pennington Stands Together

Knitted and crocheted flowers in response to COVID-19 – the first part of our Easter display along the hedge of St Mark’s, which – in response to the escalating situation with the Coronavirus pandemic – has a clear message for the village of Pennington. Physically separated, we’re still united in spirit and under the loving grace of God.

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Extraordinarily ordinary: a sermon from 21st July 2019

So, we’re half way through Ordinary time, the half a year that follows the excitement of Easter and Pentecost. There aren’t seemingly any great feasts to celebrate, no anticipation as with Lent before Easter or Advent before Christmas. Really, ordinary time? More like boring yawn time – wake me up when it’s Christmas and something is happening, alright?

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