Category: Reflections

Raising Expectations

Sharing one of my Sermons: A few years ago, on a very hot summer weekend in Cambridge I was out enjoying the sunshine with friends.  I noticed however that there were an awful lot of flies by my garden fence, behind which lay a… Continue Reading “Raising Expectations”

Icy winds may blow…

Like many I was profoundly shocked by the awful news of the violence in the Christchurch Mosque in New Zealand last week.  I was however sadly not completely surprised. I have been aware for sometime that there is a concerted and global effort to… Continue Reading “Icy winds may blow…”

A long time ago in a Galaxy far far away……..

I have always thought that being a winter baby is a bit of a mixed blessing.  One of the positives is that people tend to be in a cheerful mood as they lead up towards Christmas, but equally we can all be stressed.  … Continue Reading “A long time ago in a Galaxy far far away……..”

Center Priory

It was a damp and somewhat inauspicious Saturday morning earlier this autumn that saw me making a short pilgrimage with other members of Great St Mary’s, to rural Suffolk.  I was a little nervous as I knocked on the ancient door and somewhat mischievously conjured… Continue Reading “Center Priory”

Towers and Tears

Here is the transcript of the latest Reflection broadcast on BBC Cambs Radio Faith Show. Link below.  The reflections are 20 minutes into the programme. BBC Cambs Faith Show with Pam Mungroo …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… In the early days of recovery at home from heart surgery,… Continue Reading “Towers and Tears”

Reflections on BBC Cambs Radio Faith Show

You may possibly have been wondering what’s happened to the other posts reflecting on my time as a Councillor. I can assure they have not been forgotten. However, I have recently had an exciting opportunity to share something of my journey and indeed this… Continue Reading “Reflections on BBC Cambs Radio Faith Show”