I am not one for a lot of self-flagellation, I’m more interested in lifting people up BUT an acknowledgement of our failings both personal and corporate is vital if we are to move forward and flourish in ways that are good for the world and good for us.
As humans we are frail and faulty but we also have the amazing capacity to say ‘Yes’ to God. In the words of hymn above which is based on the call of Isaiah we are invited to turn to the eternal God who transcends our own dusty mortal lives marked in ash on our foreheads on Ash Wednesday.
If you missed the ashing, then don’t miss Lent – an opportunity to spring clean your spiritual life and to consider how that might lead to change in your outer life.
There is much on offer throughout the next 40 Days to help you towards the turning that Christ calls us to – what will that turning look like for you ?
You too can step up and join in as we explore ways in which change in our spiritual lives will demand change in our daily living this Lent and beyond…
Quiet Days/Bible Study/Christian Meditation/Lent Challenge/Regular Worship – all are detailed here in this newsletter.