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DWELL, the new album from Prayerscapes

Dwell – Neil & Julie’s new album!     If you were at church on Sunday 2nd July you’ll know that we were interviewed about our prayer resource – Prayerscapes. We’re super-excited to announce the release of our new album “Dwell”, now available via iTunes, Amazon and on our site at prayerscapes.com. Some of the […]

Rob’s Easy Money Blog

  Robert Armstrong has started up a blog called “Easy Money” to help and encourage people to manage their money better, and he already has quite a few followers in Revs. Here’s a link to it: https://robseasymoneyblog.wordpress.com/   He says his blog is about “making it easier to manage money on a day-to-day basis by […]

Job Opportunity at Foodbank, Chichester

  Deputy Project Manager (Part time / Permanent Contract) Chichester District Foodbank is a vibrant and ever-evolving community project which provides emergency food to over 2000 local people every year. We are looking to employ a Deputy Project Manager for 16 hours per week at £20,000 (£8000 pro rata). Occasional evening and weekend work. The […]

Part-Time Job Opportunity

    Chichester Anna Chaplain to Older People   CHICHESTER   Part-time, 14 hours a week £7,200 – £9,200 pa dependent on experience   The Anna Chaplaincy is a post promoting the spiritual wellbeing of older people. It is a pioneering role offering spiritual support to older people living in care homes, sheltered housing and […]

How’s Your Dark Side?

Nordic Noir is a recent phenomenon – The Killing, Borgen and, my fave, The Bridge – are TV crime series that show gruesome killings and the dark underbelly of Scandinavian life. It’s a bit ironic since the UN considers Denmark to be ‘the happiest country to live in’. Now I am no Scandinavian expert – […]

What’s the plan?

I’m just back from a wedding celebration that had a wedding planner – when I got married I think that was my mum’s job! Having someone who knows what’s happening is especially helpful for a wedding celebration -someone who knows what’s important and what needs to take place next. For a longer term project, e.g. […]

Where was humanity?

Going to a death camp in Poland isn’t everyone’s idea of a pleasant day out – and it isn’t. Yet I went with 200 teachers from across the country to visit Auschwitz to deepen my understanding of the Holocaust. Most people told me they either went and it was incredibly moving, have put it on […]

Phil Blog: Multiplication

Multiply or Divide? Take 1 thing and change it into 2 things and you would normally refer to that as division. However looking at our bodies, we would refer to that as multiplication of cells from conception all the way through our lives. At this point I will leave the ‘science bit’ to those more […]