Revd Philip explores Psalm 139 with its subtle understanding of repentance, the nature of God, and our createdness.
On Monday 10th July Revd Philip was appointed Assistant Rural Dean for the Huntingdon Deanery. This is a role he will carry to help our rural parishes develop and grow.
To help that happen, he will be leading and coordinating a programme of work to help our parishes think about a better way of doing things, that will retain the distinctive beauty of our parishes while finding new ways to connect with younger generations and help them grow in faith.
The video attached is Philip’s presentation to the parishes of West and South Leightonstone to outline the story so far, the reason this is worth doing, and the proposals for the way we can work on the problem.
If you have any queries, or want to invite Philip to discuss things, please do get in contact.
Revd Philip explores a way of looking at the whole of Scripture to help it make sense, and invites us into the challenges of transition into the new Kingdom of God that is the core of the biblical message.
The reading is from Deuteronomy 15:1-15 and Acts 27:1-12.
On the fifth Sunday of Easter, at our joint service in Stow Longa, we reflect on how we can only see God if we take the time to listen, follow, and act.