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Peregrina Preparatio 8 : Milldale – Ashbourne (Derbyshire)

Today’s walk (in beautiful rural Derbyshire)took me by surprise by turning into a pilgrimage. There’s a heatwave in the UK at the moment, so I travelled light, with a tiny backback (for the water and map), and it was definitely … Continue reading

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owl feast

An owl feast … According to the urban dictionary it’s a real term – who’d have thought? :) “A meal that you have late at light/really early in the morning (between midnight and 3am). This feast is usually had by … Continue reading

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2014/5 : Turku Cathedral, the beggar

This photo was taken by accident. I post it as a reminder to me to think this through. Throughout Christmastide (perhaps because of the showing of the magnificent nativity from Italy) there has been a beggar at the door of … Continue reading

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13/2013: the throne

We believe … On the third day he rose again; he ascended into heaven, he is seated at the right hand of the Father and he will come to judge the living and the dead. (Apostles’ Creed) (New Central Methodist … Continue reading

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283. Yulegrave

This Yulegrave Methodist Church in the Peak District Derbyshire What caught my attention was the scrape marks in front of the gate. They have happened because the gate is not correctly hung and by the looks of it hasn’t been … Continue reading

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277. crooked

I love this landmark in the town I’m living in this year … wondering what it says to you of our journey with God?

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173. Passing on the flame

Sheffield was once the home of the British Steel Industry and famous for its stainless steel. This candle holder was made locally (from pewter I think). Yesterday the Sophia network met up and joined Sheffield District (Methodists) who are praying … Continue reading

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