From The Rector's Desk

From the rector’s desk – St Mary’s

Rejoice in the Lord you righteous, for it benefits the just to praise Him (Ps 33:1) As we all settle into the year and our new routines, with schools open again and the economy opening up and people returning to work, I hope that you are finding your rhythm and making time for daily prayer… Continue reading From the rector’s desk – St Mary’s

Priest's Perspective

Feast of the Confession of St Peter 18 January 2022

Grace and peace to you today, from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. Today as we celebrate the Confession of St Peter, it is the big question that we all have to answer for ourselves, that comes to mind.  " who do you say that I am?" We are surrounded by people and… Continue reading Feast of the Confession of St Peter 18 January 2022

Priest's Perspective

Priests Perspective – Feast of St Anthony

Two significant things today, as I return to work for 2022. It is the feast of St Anthony the founder of the religious life, and the Old Testament reading is Isaiah 40 1-8; calling to make straight the paths of the Lord. These opening lines of Trito Isaiah are a calling us to look to… Continue reading Priests Perspective – Feast of St Anthony

From The Rector's Desk

From the Rector’s Desk – 7 January 2022

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. In the words of St Paul to the Colossians: "We always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, when we pray for you,  because we have heard about your faith in Christ Jesus and your love for all the… Continue reading From the Rector’s Desk – 7 January 2022

Daily Reflections

Psalm 1

Journeying through the Psalms Life has two roads. The life of a faithful person in contrast to the life of a faithless person. The writer begins his psalm by praising the joys of obeying God and refusing to listen to those who discredit or ridicule him. Our friends and associates can have a profound influence… Continue reading Psalm 1