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The Lord’s Prayer

15 Jul 2013 21:30

  Not sure whether you’ve ever read A New Kind of Christianity by Brian D. McLaren, but an excerpt from Page 1, Chapter 1 is included here to the left. Now, we can assist you with some of the generic information that is included mysteriously in this first chapter as (shhhhh don’t tell anybody) …. […]

test blog

15 Jul 2013 18:32

img class=alignleft title=Richard Feynmann src=http://www.palmgrovecommunity.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Richard_Feynmann.png alt= width=220 height=165 / I wonder how this will be displayed. I really need an easy way to get a blog uploaded, perhaps even with a table. table style=width: 500; border=1 cellspacing=1 cellpadding=1 tbody tr tdWordpress App/td tdnbsp;Free but complicated/td /tr tr tdnbsp;This onenbsp;/td tdnbsp;Easier, but squiffy/td /tr tr tdnbsp;Tumblr/td […]

In the Public Interest

7 Dec 2012 18:38

A couple of days ago, no self-respecting Brit, other than Sydney Ex-Pats with Shane Warne Shirts, had heard of 2Day FM. Yesterday, the presenters from 2Day FM called it the “easiest prank call ever made“, as they put on mock British accents and telephoned the King Edward VII hospital. Impersonating the Queen and the Prince […]

Is the Universe friendly?

29 Sep 2012 11:16

So, Megan Stammers has been found and Le Gendarmerie tell us she is ‘safe’.  The family are understandably overjoyed, “it’s been an absolute emotional coaster” says step-Dad. My guess is that for Megan, it still is, and I wonder if she feels ‘safe’ at the moment?  I’ve worked with Children and Young People for most […]

Advent Meditation – Mike Jowett

8 Jul 2012 16:21

Advent A season of light that transforms darkness. take a break in the late winter sun in spain make a long weekend and Join us here with Mike Jowett Nov 29th – Dec 3rd   Saturday at midnight marks the beginning of Advent, the period during which we prepare ourselves for the coming of Christ at […]

Where there’s life, there’s hope

28 Jun 2012 06:25

If RyanAir had a Frequent Flyer programme, I’d have Platinum membership. I wonder what the benefits would be? Perhaps an extra kilogram of luggage allowance, or a free pair of RyanAirboks, so that you can run (albeit unpopularly) to grab the best seat. On my most recent flight, last Monday morning, I was struck by the […]

You have to be weak to be strong

3 Mar 2012 14:42

At the inquest this week, South Northumberland coroner Eric Armstrong said “This is a sad occasion for the family of PC Rathband and for all his former colleagues and those who knew him.” Well, that’s the understatement of the century!  I think for all of us who heard the tragic news of David Rathband’s death […]

Are you binary – yes or no?

30 Jan 2012 07:23

Today I am going to become binary. Why? 1. Because computers use binary and they can multitask – I can’t. 2. Because software uses binary, and it’s efficient – I’m not. 3. Because Michael Gove (Education secretary) wants children to be taught programming, and it’ll make them logical – I think I am sometime, but […]

Who do you think you are?

9 Dec 2011 06:27

I visited a school a couple of weeks ago where I met Mrs Weaver, Head of Textiles.  My imagination rapidly transported me to the world of Postman Pat, Bob the Builder, where the name of the person was defined by the role they played.  So perhaps Mr Carpenter was indeed Head of Woodwork, Mr Storey […]

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