Letter from Bishop Richard Frith
I’ve just got back from Tanzania, visiting Masasi, one of our link dioceses. The visit was in response to an invitation from James, Bishop of Masasi, to take part in the 90th birthday celebrations of the diocese.
The ministry of healing in the Diocese
Healing. It’s not the same as curing, is it? Real healing, to me, is somehow to become more closely allied to Jesus – more like him. I love that phrase – ‘To be like Jesus, we must pray like Jesus’, and I believe it to be true. Michael Tavinor, Dean of Hereford
Mark Inglis writes…
It was eleven years ago when we moved to Hereford after some difficult times and we came to be a close family and start afresh in a new place. It is time to move on to new things. Following interview we will all be off in September to Tenbury Wells where I have been appointed as Team Vicar.
Where does my help come?
Recognising our own human weakness and frailty can ironically be a positive thing. The psalmist in Psalm 121 asks the question… from where does my help come? His answer is from the Lord, the maker of heaven and earth.
Pentecost: God breaking in… and out!
As we anticipate Pentecost next Sunday, and the ever new promise of the gift of the Holy Spirit following Jesus Christ’s resurrection join us on Sunday 15 May at 10.00am as we celebrate Pentecost with Holy Communion and welcome God’s Holy Spirit!
Join us to celebrate Jesus’s ascension to heaven 7.30pm Thursday 5th May at St Andrew’s, Hampton Bishop.
- Letter from Bishop Richard Frith
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