Dudley Interfaith Youth Project
On 2nd February I had the opportunity to be present for the opening of Dudley Interfaith Youth Project at St Thomas’ Community Network. This is a great new interfaith project in Dudley bringing together young people from all faiths and backgrounds to learn and grow together. Their slogan of ‘Undivided…
Holocaust Memorial Day
Today I had the opportunity to join with other Civic and Religious Leaders as we stood together in unity, and more importantly in remembrance of those who lost their lives during the Holocaust in Nazi Germany and also other atrocities in places such as Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur. Our…
Collation of New Archdeacon of Walsall
On Sunday I had the pleasure of attending Lichfield Cathedral for the Collation and Induction of the new Archdeacon of Walsall. I would like to wish Revd Sue Weller all the best in this new role.
Walk Day 10
Finished! Arrived at the southern most Chapel in the District- Garway Hill. In the end 164 miles 45 Capels.
Walk Day 9
The end is in sight and I only have today and next Wednesday left of the walk. Today’s walk is a 22 mile walk from Eardisley to Upper Maes-coed via Madley. The picture above see’s me crossing the River Wye.
Walk Day 8
Well, after a bit of a break the walk starts again today, with just three days left (today, Friday and next Wednesday). Today’s journey takes me from Leominster (you can see me about to leave in the picture above) all the way to Eardisley, via Barewood and Weobley – a…
Stationing Matching Group
The Methodist Church has a strange way of ‘stationing’ Ministers across the Connexion which includes meetings of the Stationing Matching Group, yesterday and today have been the second round of the Stationing Matching Group and he’s a few pictures of what we get up to. The Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury board…
Walk Day 7
Arrived at Wyston Methodist Church – 101 miles down, 61 to go! Also, the photograph below shows me first attempt at a Selfie as I got to Luston. It was a dark night by the time I got to Leominster.
Interfaith Wolverhampton and Prince Charles
On 25th November as part of Interfaith Wolverhampton’s 40th Anniversary Celebrations we were excited to welcome Prince Charles to join us, as Vice Chair of Interfaith Wolverhampton this was an excellent opportunity to share with Prince Charles the work of Interfaith Wolverhampton and The Methodist Church.
Walk Day 6
Day 6 of my walk see’s me leaving the Kidderminster Circuit and entering the Shropshire & Marches Circuit, geographically the largest Circuit in British Methodism and where I will be for the reminding 82 miles of the walk (that means I’m half way there). The picture above shows me at the…