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Chaplain's Chat

Chaplain's Chat

Chaplain's Chat 14th June 2017

Trinity SundayLast Sunday was Trinity Sunday. The doctrine of the Trinity is the belief that there is One God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The church has been grappling with the mystery of

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Chaplain's Chat 31st May 2017

Manchester tragedyI am sure that anyone who has seen the mountain of reporting in relation to the atrocity committed against the people who were attending the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester will have been saddened,

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Chaplain's Chat 17th May 2017

“A RECKLESS GOD” When C.S. Lewis was asked what he thought marked Christianity out as different from other religions, he replied. “Oh that’s easy.  It’s grace.” In this context, I would like

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Chaplain's Chat 3rd May 2017

Easter weekend is over. Now what? Lent is over. Good Friday is history. Easter has come and gone. The chocolate has been eaten.  ……….. Now what? The season of Lent began all those weeks ago with

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Chaplain's Chat 5th April 2017

The Meaning of Easter Easter eggs are everywhere! In some cases they have been in the shops since shortly after Christmas! Many people around the world focus on Easter as being a time to indulge

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Chaplain's Chat 22nd March 2017

“Living Water!” In our journey through Lent, the Lectionary readings give us a structure and themes for corporate reflection. The reading from the Sunday just past was about Jesus meeting the Samaritan woman at the

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Chaplain's Chat 8th March 2017

What is Lent? As we are now in the season of Lent, one can legitimately ask, ‘What is Lent?’ and ‘How does one ‘do’ Lent?’ What are the expectations of Christians during this season? Well,

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Chaplain's Chat 22nd February 2017

Christ Crucified Is God’s Power and Wisdom As I was reflecting on what to include in this newsletter, it occurred to me that the beginning of Lent is only a few weeks away. As

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Chaplain's Chat 8th February 2017

Back to School! Well, here we at the start of yet another school year. Welcome back. I hope that the year is off to a good start. I am mindful of the fact that Peter

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Chaplain's Chat 30th November 2016

In the previous Newsletter, I reflected on the Advent Wreath, its significance, and the significance of the candles that will be lit over the weeks running up to Christmas. We are now in the season

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Chaplain's Chat 16th November 2016

The Season of Advent As I walk around the shops and stores, I notice that many have already got Christmas merchandise on their shelves. Whilst I would love to believe that this is done in

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Chaplain's Chat 2nd November 2016

I am delighted that we will be holding a Whole School Remembrance day service this year on the 11th November. We will remember all those who have fought and died for this nation; those who

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Chaplain's Chat 19th October 2016

You may have seen recent reports in the media about ‘creepy clowns’ appearing in many places around the world causing concern to some. There is much speculation as to what this is all about. One

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Chaplain's Chat 21st September 2016

One of the most stressful things that teenagers face is examinations.  This is no different at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School.  Our Year 11 and Year 12 students are facing examinations over the October holiday as well

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Chaplain's Chat 7th September 2016

You may be surprised to hear that some of my most spiritual moments are not in church or chapel, but when I am looking at the beauty of the world and see amazing sunsets or

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Chaplain's Chat 24th August 2016

I was privileged be one of the staff representing the School at the Anglican Schools Australia conference in Adelaide last week. The theme of the conference was “Rivers in the Desert,” and the verse above

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Chaplain's Chat 10th August 2016

I shall pass through this world but once. As I become more familiar with Peter Moyes and all the things that are done in the School, I was very pleased to notice that the Lower

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Chaplain's Chat 27th July 2016

I am taking this opportunity to introduce myself to you as the new Chaplain at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School. I have a lovely family; my wife Pat, and four (now adult) children, Justin, Michelle,

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