Author Archives: Sally C

About Sally C

How do I describe myself, I am not what I do, (I am a Methodist Minister), I am not who I am related to (I have 5 wonderful children, 2 lovely granddaughters and a grandson). I am a seeker truth, a partaker of life in all it's fullness and a follower, sometimes stumbling, sometimes celebrating of the Christian pathway. I seek wholeness, joy and a connectedness to all things through a deep reconciliation with the God whose love blows my socks off!

Easter 5- Tuesday- International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

Today is the International day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, it probably needs a longer title, but then like Pride events, maybe what we need to do is look forward to a day when neither of them are needed. Sadly, … Continue reading

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Easter 5- Monday- on original goodness, inclusion and maybe a bit about Franklin Graham again!

I am sure that almost everyone is familiar with the lyrics of Do-Re-Mi from the musical The Sound of Music, here in the UK it is a Christmas staple, some love it, others avoid it, I remember seeing it on … Continue reading

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Easter 5- Love one another- in which I might mention Franklin Graham

I have been pondering todays Gospel reading, and the focus on the call to love one another, here at the table with the eleven disciples, Judas has already left, with wine soaked bread given to him by Jesus still tasting … Continue reading

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Towards healing and wholeness….

I’ve had a very quiet week as far as my blog goes, having been quite unwell, what I thought was a stomach bug may be another gallbladder infection so I have some antibiotics and am beginning to feel better, thankfully. … Continue reading

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Easter 4: Sunday- Jesus the Good Shepherd- on hearing his voice…

My sheep know my voice, these words are recorded as the words of Jesus in John’s Gospel today, the Middle Eastern Shepherds didn’t work with dogs from behind the sheep as we see here in the UK, but led them, … Continue reading

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Easter 3- Wednesday- habits, walking and worship

How on earth is it possible that it is already halfway through the third week of Easter, , that is a very real question, because I have no idea where time is going, and I say that as someone with … Continue reading

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Easter 3- Tuesday- mental health, and looking for grace…

Listening to my devotional app today the which always starts with music, the first thing listeners were asked to do was notice how they are. How are you in your body, your heart, your mind? How strange is it to … Continue reading

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Easter 3- Monday- freedom and inclusion

So, I didn’t blog yesterday because I was rather busy, not busy leading services, because I am still not at work, what I did however was lead a blessing for two amazing friends of mine.( For those that want to … Continue reading

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Easter 2- Saturday- on seeking contentment

Yesterday I treated myself to a hair cut, and as always had an amazing chat with my stylist K, he always tells me what he has been doing, and almost always the conversation turns to spirituality, yesterday he wanted to … Continue reading

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Easter 2- Thursday- looking for focus

Today, I want to pick up on some of the thinking that I shared yesterday, and I will begin with the discussion point proposed by my friend and colleague Ian: If we seek God more, we might worry less about … Continue reading

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