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Christmas Day

Meditation for the Christmas Day The Word became Flesh Welcome to this meditation for Christmas Day. It is the fifth in the series of meditations I’m offering through Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.  This offers about half an hour of focussed  prayer and reflection to help you mark this season, and prayerfully be attentive to God. 

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Advent 4: Waiting with Expectancy

Meditation for the 4th Sunday of Advent Waiting with Expectancy Welcome to this meditation for the fourth Sunday of Advent. It is the fourth in the series of meditations I’m offering through Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.  This offers about half an hour of focussed  prayer and reflection to help you mark this season, and prayerfully

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Advent 3: Waiting with Humility

Meditation for the 3rd Sunday of Advent Waiting with Humility Welcome to this meditation for the third Sunday of Advent. It is the third in the series of meditations I’m offering through Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.  This offers about half an hour of focussed  prayer and reflection to help you mark this season, and prayerfully

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Advent 2: Waiting with Longing

Meditation for the 2nd Sunday of Advent Welcome to this meditation for the second Sunday of Advent. It is the second in the series of meditations I’m offering through Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.  This offers about half an hour of focussed  prayer and reflection to help you mark this season, and prayerfully be attentive to

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Advent Sunday

Meditation for Advent Sunday This offers about half an hour of focussed  prayer and reflection to help you mark Advent and prayerfully be attentive to God.  You will need a bible; a notebook and pen would also be helpful for you as you reflect and note things that emerge for you.  The sections below take

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The Accompanier’s Role

The origins of this reflection go back nearly twenty years. I wrote it for presenting in the final stages of ‘The Art of Spiritual Accompaniment’ in Sheffield. What began as a fairly straight presentation I discovered was actually a meditation. I recently revived it for presenting on the final day of Sarum College’s spiritual direction

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