Pastors Thoughts

Catch up on the latest publications to Pastor's Thoughts, updated weekly.

31 March 2024

Hallelujah

More than 2,000 years ago, in the early morning following the Sabbath, three frightened women made their way to a tomb where the body of a man who had been wrongfully convicted and was innocent..

 

 

24 March 2024

 

Royalty's Seasons

Princess Kate's cancer diagnosis has undoubtedly sent shockwaves through both the Royal family and the public. In moments like these, the vulnerability of even the most prominent figures becomes starkly apparent, reminding us of the indiscriminate nature of illness.

17 March 2024.     

The Strength of a Woman Against Racism: A Tribute to Diane Abbott

In a society where political polarisation and ethnic conflicts are common, resilience frequently appears out of the blue. This resiliency is personified by Diane Abbott, whose dedication to justice and equality shines through the murkiness of racial discrimination

10 March 2024
The Celebration of Women and Mothers

With today being Mothering Sunday, we come together to celebrate the multifaceted essence of womanhood, beautifully embodied in the myriad roles of mothers. 

3 March 2024
The essence of Change

George Galloway's victory in the Rochdale by-election has sent shockwaves through the British political scene, marking a pivotal moment in the nation's political narrative. Known for his strong personality and controversial opinions, Galloway's win for the Workers Party caught both observers and opponents off guard.

25 February 2024
Praying for our Nations and Government

The issue of Israel and the Gaza Strip has dominated the news even more than before. The images of innocent victims being killed or injured and operated on without any anaesthetic are truly gut crunching. In response, the recent parliamentary debate on a ceasefire in Gaza has

 

 

 

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