Tag Archives: Church

Easter Greetings and a Dawn Chorus.

I just wanted to take the opportunity to wish every one of my readers a very Happy Easter. My Easter began the same way it has for a couple of years now, with my getting up at stupid-o’clock in the … Continue reading

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A Very M.E. Christmas

I’ve mentioned before that special events like Christmas and birthdays can be particularly tough when you’re chronically ill. As the airwaves chime with Christmas songs, TV chefs cook festive feasts and Facebook newsfeeds fill with talk of nights out and … Continue reading

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Towards a Disabled Friendly Church

Growing up in the church, the importance of Christian community was impressed on me from an early age. I was taught that Christians were like coals heaped on a fire: so long as we stayed together our flame would burn … Continue reading

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