A collection of stories and comments from people across the Diocese about how they are finding God in everyday life, and sharing God's love in their local communities.

‘whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did it for me’.

When our teacher said we were going to church, I thought it would be boring, but it hasn't been. It was great!

Prayer is a discipline - it can be difficult at times, just like keeping fit, being on a diet, or keeping weeds down in the garden. Little and often is best, but don't give up! No prayer, however inadequate you may feel it to be, is ever wasted or of no value.

My ambivalence stems from the fact that once again peoples of African descent are being separated off – put into a different camp to everyone else as if their experiences is only of significance to them and have no bearing on other people’s history,

“The care of creation is at the heart of the Anglican Communion’s marks of mission and I hope it will also play a key part in the life of every church community and every disciple of Jesus Christ.” Bishop Graham.