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Category: Methodist

The Journey To The Cross

As we look towards Holy Week there are several online events taking place.  I intend to let you know about them all in the course of the next couple of days.  First of all, Duttyo is organising a set of online stations that will be posted each day at 9am from the 1st of April.

He has been producing stencilled graffiti boards in the style of Banksy for many years and this is a continuation of the theme for Holy Week.  I’m fortunate to have several of his pieces in my house.  Check it out!

If you hadn’t guessed, he came up with the Rock Mass logo.

The Wilderness

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Sten has come up with a lovely little clip of Jesus in the wilderness using lego.  Bravo!  Encore!

Rock Communion Methodist Stylee

I have just realised that in the business of the last two weeks I have forgotten to mention this!!  Burton Road Methodist Churchis holding a Rock Communion service in Lincoln.  Metanoia are going to be there two weeks on Sunday at 6pm.  Graeme, Ali, Ruth and I were all at college together with their minister, The Sten (The Reverend Sten?).  Perhaps I should call him Mark now.  He has invited us down to meet his community and assist with the proceedings.

Sorry I have been so remiss and forgotten to mention it.  I also promise that once the Rock Mass and the Rock Communion are done I will have time to sort Metanoia a decent web presence instead of just a Facebook page.

Tell, Show, Be.

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This looks like a great campaign from the Methodist Church.  The Christian life is often built into some ‘mystic art’ that only qualified people are capable of doing.  The Tell, Show, Be campaign seeks to shatter the mystique and encourage the whole body of christ to get on with being followers of the way.