The Seder Meal

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- --- Please Note: Since the first draft of this article, we have become aware that there are significant sensitivities around ‘Christian Seder Meals’. Pre-covid, holding a Passover Meal at church had been our practice for many years, not knowing, that this might be an issue... Continue Reading →

Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock, …

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- When my granddaughter comes round to our house she loves looking at our grandfather clock. She points to it, sways from side to side saying tick-tock, tick-tock, and then beams. There’s something comforting about the sound and her movement. She also loves reading a book... Continue Reading →

Springtime

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- We will sing a new song 'Cause death is dead and gone with the winter We will sing a new song Let "hallelujahs" flow like a river We're coming back to life Reaching towards the light Your love is like springtimeSpringtime by Chris Renzema Springtime... Continue Reading →

A Perspective Shift

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- Everyone who has attempted to read through the whole bible has had to make their way through Leviticus: 27 chapters / 859 verses / 613 laws on all aspects of society - from childbirth, to food, sickness, work-life-balance, relationships and much more. Honestly, it's not... Continue Reading →

We are all linked

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- So far, lent has had an unusual feel this year for me. I have heard a few people say that it seems lent has already lasted a year, and not just a few days. I am certainly finding it more difficult than usual to change... Continue Reading →

What to do about Lent

--- Midweek Meditations:thoughts, inspiration and encouragementfrom ACF community members --- Historically Lent is 40 days before Easter, not counting Sundays. After the church became the official religion of Rome, Lent was practised across the empire. At the council of Nicea in 325 it became officially the practice of all Christians. Because Jesus fasted 40 days in the... Continue Reading →

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