Author Archives: Kath

On Possibility…

The word which is floating around in my mind right now is possibility. There is so much to that word and this world we find ourselves in. So much possibility in deepening family relationships, in finding people to journey through … Continue reading

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Rest for your soul?

Yesterday I sat curled up on the sofa, embracing the quiet of the afternoon, the stillness of our house as the boys listened to audio books and watched films. I sat and watched the service from our church back in … Continue reading

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Saying goodbye to One Church. The processing continues…

There is a blogpost stirring in my soul about our time at the lovely One Church Brighton. I’ve written on Facebook about my wonderful colleagues, I’ve been processing the last times with friends and places but there is this need … Continue reading

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Heading into our epilogue…

We are about to end this book of our time in Brighton. It’s been a brilliant one. A book of ups and downs, twists and turns. A book of discovering love, of two lives brought together, a turning of events … Continue reading

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On moving to a whole other country.

And now for the blog post.  In most transition times, or times of big news, there is a communication ripple. First people close to you hear, then others and then wider groups you are part of.  Then there is the … Continue reading

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Books I’ve read May-September 2021

Apparently it takes a while to create a new website, so until we do that I’ll be posting here as normal… It’s time for another round up of books I’ve read in the last few months. There are some treats … Continue reading

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A change is gonna come…

It seems only right that there should be a blogpost reflecting on the end of the second year of my Spiritual Direction course, and I think, to headline where this might be going, that it might also signal the start … Continue reading

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Musing on 48 hours out of time..

Getting on a train again. Rucksack on my back. Just me. Just me. Sitting. Reading. Listening to music. Heading into what feels like a time vault. Time with friends who have known me the longest outside family. Who have lived … Continue reading

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The One Church Brighton Psalm

Yesterday I talked on Psalm 146 and the idea of praise, the season of summer and how we can count leaves to bring us into places of praise and delicious wonder. (I borrowed a lot from the work of Mary … Continue reading

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Books I’ve read Feb-May 2021…

It’s been a while, but then again time feels slippery and swirly whirly at the moment so I think that’s ok. Here are the books I’ve read over these last few months.  Queenie- Candice Carty-Williams  Loads of people said how … Continue reading

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