Wednesday 28th October - Icon of the Day
‘My soul is dry dust,
Choking worldly ambition
My soul is wet earth
Bearing rich fruits of grace
My soul is a flame of fire
Blazing with passionate love’
from the ‘Black Book of Carmarthen’ (Welsh: Llyfr Du Caerfyrddin), mid-13th century, thought to be the earliest surviving manuscript written solely in Welsh.
Image: Flowering Callistemon in Garberville, California, USA
In St Mary’s prayer cycle for this month, today we pray for those making decisions that will affect our lives.
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In these unprecedented times, St Mary’s is reaching out and supporting our community in many ways, especially online. But with Services in church cancelled, we no longer receive income from collections, nor from hiring out the church and hall buildings.
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