Weekly Reflection - Have Courage
5 November 2021
Well, it’s Friday and we are half-way through the high-speed (electric) juggernaut of hope that is COP26.
There has been much discussion about what ‘should’ be done. Currently we will be hearing about what ‘can’ be done, and subsequently what is ‘pledged’. What actually happens? We will have to wait and see, probably for a long time...Read More
Weekly Reflection - To Glasgow and Beyond
29 October 2021
One of Aesop’s fables tells the story of a shepherd boy who repeatedly tricks nearby villagers into thinking a wolf is attacking the village’s flock of sheep. One day a wolf actually does appear. The boy again calls for help, but the exasperated villagers think it’s another false alarm. The wolf eats the sheep (and in some later versions of the story the boy as well) and the whole village is impoverished.Read More
Weekly Reflection - Caring for the Natural World
15 October 2021
Over the past week I have had the new(ish) experience of attending ‘in-person’ group discussions at the cathedral. The first was the new ‘Rhythm of Life’ course and the second was staff training around mental health...Read More
Weekly Reflection - Solidarity and a Tea-Time Prayer
14 May 2021
Revd Canon Peter Farley-Moore
During the days between Ascension and Pentecost we remember the early disciples’ example of solidarity. They were in a time of crisis, a time of change where past certainties had been removed and an unknown future awaited them...