Community Gossip

Gossip? In Old English, a “godsibb” was a godmother or godfather, from “god” plus “sib,” meaning “relative” (related to our modern “sibling”). It was later used to refer to companions in childbirth – people from the community who were there in difficult and celebratory times.

Here you'll find a list of things we've been doing/thinking/reading.

Hello, I’m sorry, I know everyone has better things to do but this apparently real message left on a pastors answering machine made me giggle. Especially the megamix version! butt wiggling I’m sure Ian gets lots of messages like this. Can we hear them please? Jim [14.9.07]

saturday night fire at weekend away

• GUYS: Very many thanks again for a lovely weekend.... brilliantly organised, even down to the weather!  Please convey our gratitude to all involved. Now back on the treadmill! love+hugs Steve B [18.6.07] • Really enjoyed the weekend! Thanks all! Jon x [18.6.07]
• Hope all is well with you! I’ve just been reading the resources for this week and it reminded me about a link I was sent a few weeks ago. You might want to have a look at free hugs and watch the video story... [friend of mayBe Diane 6.6.07]
• It was very good to have colleagues from mayBe with us [at the Cathedral on Sunday]. It really added to the force of the sermon to have their contribution within it. Please pass on my thanks and those of the cathedral as a whole both for their presence here and their part in the occasion. And do make sure they realise that they are always welcome here whenever they wish to come and share in the worship or other events. Archdeacon Julian Hubbard [1.5.07]

first pic of Ariane Lois born 25 April 07 to Sam and Dave

• Thanks for all your support guys... Ariane looks forward to meeting you all. Fab! Dave x [26.4.07]
We were really chuffed to have Si Smith's brilliant comic strip meditation 40 on Christ in the wilderness on our website throughout Lent last year. CD copies [PC-only at this stage] are now available to purchase for a very reasonable £5.50.