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An Empty Day

An Empty Day

The Rev Margaret Forrester asks what is in our emptiness this Holy Saturday

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Never More Alone

Never More Alone

A reflection for Good Friday by Ron Ferguson

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The Towel Test

The Towel Test

The Very Rev Dr James Simpson reflects on Jesus washing the disciples' feet.

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A Bitter Blow

A Bitter Blow

The Rev Richard Baxter reflects on Jesus' announcement that a friend would betray him

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Gratitude, grace and betrayal

Gratitude, grace and betrayal

Continuing our Holy Week reflections, the Very Rev Albert Bogle considers the story of Mary anointing Jesus' feet

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The Sum of All Five Senses

The Sum of All Five Senses

A meditation for Monday of Holy Week, by the Very Rev Dr John Chalmers

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Which Crowd is Your Crowd?

Which Crowd is Your Crowd?

Palm Sunday reflection by the Rev Dr Marjory MacLean

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'Understated and Shrouded in Mystery'

'Understated and Shrouded in Mystery'

Lynne McNeil reviews the new film telling the Easter story from the perspective of Mary Magdalene

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Faith and Frankenstein

Faith and Frankenstein

The Rev David McCarthy reflects on lessons for the church from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, first published 200 years ago this year.

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A Divine Gift

A Divine Gift

The Very Rev Dr James Simpson reflects on the benefits of humour.

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