Swallows and Vaccines

Yesterday was a good news day in the battle against COVID-19.  The twin announcements of a mass testing trial in Liverpool and the positive results from vaccine trials were signs op hope.  However, in the Prime Minister’s statement last night, we were reminded by him and the Deputy Chief Medical Officer that there is stillContinue reading “Swallows and Vaccines”

Sharing the Love of Jesus in a post-covid world

Here are some thoughts I put together on how we can move forward as churches as we come through the other side of the pandemic.  Context Covid-19 led to churches having to close their buildings and many of their weekday activities. We were able to go online for some things and on the one handContinue reading “Sharing the Love of Jesus in a post-covid world”

How are we going to get through the next six months?

“Not another six months of this?” That was the reaction of most of us to this week’s latest COVID-19 announcements wasn’t it. Something that we hoped would be sorted in a matter of weeks or maybe months is likely to be the dominant issue at least for a whole year and probably longer. We hadContinue reading “How are we going to get through the next six months?”


I started lockdown with a twitter hashtag #SummerIsComing. It was my way of reminding myself and perhaps others that although we were entering a dark period like winter when we would be locked away, huddled at home, these dark times would eventually pass.  We could look forward to summer coming. I said at the timeContinue reading “#SummerIsHere”