transfiguring

The Transfiguration, Wofgang Lettl Mark 9:2-9 It sounds like Barth, so i’ll credit it to him: the bible should always be read with newspaper in hand. todays papers are, of course, bleak stories of corporate and financial scandals politicians who seem devoid of memory, compassion, morality and the countless tragedies (told in 500 words or…

“Unlearn! Unlearn!” – Yoda

I’m just putting together the final parts of the report of this project, describing its current shape, future possibilities, and the journey the project has taken over the last 12 months. One of the things that’s been a surprise has been how much knowledge I’ve had to unlearn. This section of the report is called…

a rather confused entry about multimedia, alternative worship, learning styles and gender issues…

there’s conversations all over the shop about women in the emerging church. this isn’t a blog about that… It’s more an idea, arising from thinking about comments that Kester Brewin made on his blog about positive discrimination in the emerging church: “I’m more convinced now about the problem of form. Conferences, blogs, sermons… I’m worried…

Worship in Lent and Easter

A couple of things have been confirmed today for Lent and Easter… We’ll have a labyrinth on Ash Wednesday (March 1), here at the Synod office in the city (I think all the stations will involve ashes… i’ll post that up here as soon as it’s written) I’m curating worship with Mark Pierson on Easter…