Sunday, 13 June 2010

Art, Food and Eucharist.

A busy, but very enjoyable day out to Glesga on Friday involving much fine art (the Hunterian is superb - I can't think how I missed it before? Whistler OK, Scottish Colourists amazing) and a very enjoyable Brasserie (Asparagus and Bayonne ham with poached egg to start, garlic prawns and cous cous for the main, creme brulee and coffee for finis) provided a suitable celebration of the 17th anniversary of my deaconing. Saturday was busy at work being a day with some overtime (steam trains and a disability disco) and then today to the Good Shepherd Murrayfield to preside at the Holy Mysteries in the absence of their holidaying Rector and to preach on unmerited grace. Work involves a sleepover after the back shift, then 7-2 tomorrow so I will be back in 24 hours!

I was rather tickled by this article on a Vicar calling the parish to arms in celebration of the building of the new Church Loos More power to her Bow arm!

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