Alison, the vicar of St Mary’s, writes a blog on which she posts articles, reflections and other useful bits and pieces. The most recent are shown below.

  • I wonder who else is feeling worn down by relentless questions.  Is it safe or not?  Is it legal or not?  Should we do it or not?  What will happen next?  What should we plan for September, or October?  Sometimes … Continue reading →
  • This week’s thought-for-the-week for the Lordsbridge Churches and friends has been written by Revd Paul Garnell, curate and member of the Lordsbridge Churches core clergy team. In promising news, the Oxford coronavirus vaccine under rushed development has been found to … Continue reading →
  • Many church communities are putting their respective toes in the water with regard to small, simple services in church buildings again.  It is good to be able to meet in person to pray in these special places, even if in … Continue reading →
  • Our main service this Sunday remains the Worship at Home service, in either streamed video or written formats.  Revd David Newton takes the lead, and our ‘guest preacher’ is Bishop Nathan of Kigali, Rwanda. With other churches in Ely Diocese … Continue reading →
  • This week’s ‘thought for the week’ is provided by Revd David Newton, another member of the core leadership team for the Lordsbridge Churches. ‘We follow the science’. So, the mantra goes. Except the scientists have – on the whole – … Continue reading →
  • Here are the locally produced resources for Worship at Home for this Sunday, 5 July. Canon Alison Myers created the service sheet and is leading the video service, and Canon Sue Wyatt, Rural Dean and member of the team at … Continue reading →
  • This week’s Lordsbridge ‘thought for the week’ is a guest-post from another member of the Lordsbridge core team, Revd Charles Fraser. “Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labour in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the … Continue reading →
  • Here are the locally produced resources for Worship at Home for the feast of St Peter and St Paul this Sunday, 28 June. Segments of the video service come from each of the 3 churches in the Lordsbridge Team dedicated … Continue reading →
  • The government’s announcement that we are permitted to hold services in church from 4 July is welcome news. But it comes with a characteristic initial lack of clarity, and the much less welcome complexity of local decision making and necessary … Continue reading →
  • Here are the locally produced resources for Worship at Home this Sunday, 21 June. This Sunday in addition to the usual pack of written Worship at Home resources we are trialling a new streamed video version (at the bottom of … Continue reading →

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