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Here you can find Book reviews, lectures, public information about Latimer people, blogs and 'Newsflashes' - snippets of information about Latimer things.

Happy Anniversary!

The anniversaries that are celebrated, at least in the media, tell us a lot about our culture and our view of the world. In 2012 it was the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic rather than the 350th anniversary of the Restoration Prayer Book that was celebrated. This year it has been the publication of Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' in 1813 and the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech that have hit the headlines.

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Refreshed by the God of Barmen

On Harvest Sunday an old technology made its absence felt in our church. Now, in general, the congregation appreciates the flexibility that a video projector gives; we don't miss our hymnbooks all that much. But at Harvest, as we concluded by singing Henry Alford's 'Come ye thankful people come', the Organ continued into a fourth verse whilst the powerpoint operator, only having three to show, put up the only slide they had left. Cue a congregation lustily bellowing, to the tune of St George's Windsor, 'Please do join us in the foyer for coffee'. Try it, it doesn't even scan.

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This is the day

This is the day

That the Lord has made

Let us rejoice

And be glad in it

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Marriage has been in the news, with the government’s plans to redefine marriage to allow same-sex couples to marry making its way through the House of Lords. Some argue that the plans to extend marriage to same-sex couples are matters of long delayed justice and equality for gay people. Others argue that it is an unnecessary move, given the importance of marriage to society.

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Allowing the cross to shape the Christian agenda

Apparently there is a village in Cornwall with 864 road signs. That means one road sign for every three inhabitants. However the council has agreed there are too many and plans to remove 200 of them. One can readily imagine the dazzling bombardment of information that such excess signage produces.

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