Posts by Elizabeth Breakey
I built a wall this summer holidays, or more correctly, I, ably assisted by my three children and another teenager, built stage 1 of a retaining wall project to turn my steeply sloping garden of useless grass into a place of three levels with space to sit and space to enjoy God’s creation outdoors. It seemed that any bloke that I spoke to thought it fair game to give me…
Following the planning day, Archdeacon Jan Crombie was asked by Bishop Philip Huggins to connect with the Bellarine Gateway Parish, to facilitate some positive dialogue addressing the culture of the parish; and our missional aspirations for the parish.
Jesus told the disciples as they sat around him on that hill, “You are the salt of the earth, you are the light of the world.”
Pew Reflection for Sunday 22 January 2017, Epiphany 3A The readings this third week in Epiphany show us how and why we can be confident in our faith of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Our hopes for Christmas when we are young are centered very closely around ourselves and the gifts under the Christmas tree, but as we get older we learn to widen our circle of kindness to include strangers. Despite our own personal circumstances, there are indeed ways in which we can help others who will not be surrounded by friendly faces this Christmas.
I praise you, for I am most fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalm 139:14 For it was you who formed my inward parts; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. Psalm 139:13 Since the industrial revolution, it seems to me that handicrafts such as pottery and knitting have become past times, hobbies, that are somewhat dismissed and of little value. No longer were these skills…
Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers Hebrews 13:2 Remember those in prison as though you were in prison with them. Hebrews 13:3