Sharin Samuel


Blog by Joel Pridmore I had a scary moment on Tuesday when I went to my office to fetch a guitar for the prayer hour. As I came back out, I slipped at the top of the stairs, damaging the guitar, the banister and bruising my ribs as they bounced […]

WORN SOULS


Blog by Joel Pridmore Picture the scenario… it’s a miserable, wet and cold January morning. You’ve decided to treat yourself and others at the Tuesday Prayer Hour to a nice, hot, freshly brewed coffee. You catch up with people and start the meeting with a heartfelt praise song. Then you […]

MAN’S COFFEE’S NOT HOT!


Blog by Joel Pridmore Yesterday morning I was lying still with ear plugs in for just over half an hour whilst my knee was being given an MRI scan. This fascinating process uses a strong magnetic field to somehow produce a series of cross section images of the inside of […]

Cross Section



Blog by Joel Pridmore Tuesday was a very dull day! I was struck by just how dark it was as I drove my children to school that morning, and this continued through the day. And as I begin to write this blog on Friday, it is only late afternoon and […]

LIGHT WINS


H Blog by Joel Pridmore The positioning of a choir microphone is vital. A fact that was excellently illustrated on Wednesday at the Town and Gown Carol Service. The way the mic’s had been originally set up to the sides of the choir was causing feedback in the sound system. […]

Carol Service at the Art Centre


Blog by Joel Pridmore During a walk along a coastal path last week, a floating fence post rather caught my attention! There was a section of the path that had been washed away by the sea and it had left a fence post dangling in the air metres above the […]

Hang in There



Blog by Joel Pridmore I wonder if you are familiar with Jim Trott? He is a character from the TV show the ‘Vicar of Dibley’ who is most well-known for his clumsy catchphrase. He would typically sit in parish council meetings and when asked a question would stutteringly say ‘no […]

No No No No N… Yes 



Blog by Joel Pridmore Whatever our political views or opinions on military action, today we share in the opportunity to remember those who have paid the highest price during military conflicts in order for us to live in such relative freedom. Our culture may have its flaws, but we do […]

Remember The Cost of Freedom