Divine Discontent

I am delighted that Great St Mary's is part of this year's Cambridge University Festival of Wellbeing. As with all such events (illegal...

The Lord IS the Dance

It is easy, on Trinity Sunday, to get tripped up by the ‘grammar’ – but our God is Majesty that cannot be parsed, but ought to be praised.

An Attitude of Gratitude

Pentecost left the apostles reeling. The Gift of the Spirit, beyond easy description, was not beyond their capacity to receive. But it...

Lost and Found

When I wrote last week's letter, I already had in mind what I was going to write this week. I left a clue for the eagle-eyed in the last...

The Strings are False

'The strings, my Lord, are false'. How's your Shakespeare? Excellent, I am sure. But just in case it's a while since you spent much time...

The New Normal

This phrase has emerged more than once of late, as politicians and others seek to help frame our expectations. Dominic Raab, in...

Spiritual toolkits — from Rev'd Devin

We've been busy on social media. In the last 28 days we've reached 22,376 people on Facebook, including 15,733 people who have viewed our...

Alleluia! Christ is Risen!

Alleluia! Christ is Risen! He is Risen indeed! Alleluia! Thank you for all the Easter greetings via email and cards, so amazingly...

From the Vicar

You may be entertained by the fact that I was once young enough to be the Church of England's youth representative at the Conference of...

The Devil can be in the Digital

A major pharmaceutical company is presently using the phrase 'Prescribe Kindness'. That's a good maxim for any time, but now more than...

From the Vicar

Michaelhouse has ahagioscope.Sometimes these things are called squints. The idea was that, if you were having to observe the medieval...

Pastoral Letter (19 March)

By now many of you will heard that the Church of England has suspended all public worship and called on churches to ‘face the challenge...