Sharing Your Space
Thank you to all the entries that were submitted to the photo competition. Drum roll please…..
The rhubarb stalks were spindly, and I wondered why. I soon learnt that the plant needed dividing. This made sense as the rhubarb had stayed in the same large pot in which we had transported it to our new home two years before. As advised I waited until we were on the cusp of spring before dividing it.One sunny day I gathered various implements with which I planned to extricate the plant from the pot. It was hard going as…
We moved, and downsized (sort of) – after 28 years at our wonderful previous home..The move came just before COVID-19 presented a particularly difficult challenge for many. I have, until recent days, been kept naturally busy on the issues and tasks that are a part of moving home. I am now feeling unusually organised and my mind has turned to a concern about wasting time due to the physical limits that have been imposed, at least temporarily, on life as…
The Community Building Team have implemented a penpal initiative with some of the members of the congregation. Here is a reflection from one partnership: Today is a special day for us. We just found a letter in our letter box from Oliver, our MUC pen pal. We now have three articles on the top of our lounge bookcase that have been sent to us. There is a card with elephants on it, a sand picture of a whale which Oliver…
Worship this week is looking at 2 Samuel 7:1-17 led by Rev Beth, Rev Claire and the Manningham UC congregation
This edition of the reflection points was collated by Rev Beth. Listen/watch the reading below before downloading the reflection document for the 25 October
The Messy Church team have put together another great resource looking at Moses.
Looking at 1 SAMUEL 1:9-11, 19-20; 2:1-10, Rev Claire reflects along with contributions from other members of Manningham UC