It’s been a week of women in our house. My daughter was born on International Women’s Day and so we’ve celebrated her birthday this week, and of course it’ was Mothering Sunday yesterday. It was also yesterday that I finally got to announce my next training post which starts in July, and is a big […]Read More Mothering..
Like revisiting an old friendship that you’d never expected to pick up again, Dementia and church is sometimes a really lovely combination.Read More Dementia and me
Even if I can’t spot him in the crowd, and my friends don’t even know he exists, I know he’s got his binoculars fixed on me. Even though others can’t hear the music I’m still dancing.Read More The Call
Luke’s Larder saved over 1310.5 kg being sent to landfill and served over 250 peopleRead More Feed my sheep
Christmas is a great time of year, but it’s not necessarily a holiday for everyone. A lot of vicars work hard at Christmas, but not as hard as post men. Most of us hardly ever use the post nowadays but at Christmas the queues in the post office are pretty bad! My husband was a […]Read More Desert Rats
So I’ve just got back from a weekend at Mirfield with St Hild College, where I am training to be a priest. We study at three different sites in Sheffield, York and also at the College of the Resurrection, where we gather for a series of weekends and some of us are based there on […]Read More Lighting up the night sky
All the #Metoo publicity and the stories about Harvey Weinstein, have brought back memories. It was a really difficult time back then, for the whole team, and those of us who were close to the lady who reported the sexual assault. ….. We were also caring for some of the most vulnerable people in society, under pressure to keep waiting times down, so our priorities were to try and keep the show on the road.Read More #Metoo