Category Archives: Intentional living

Bread making

For about a year now I have been volunteering at a local community centre through attending their bread making workshop. Before joining this group I knew very little about making bread. I had tried my hand at some pizza dough … Continue reading

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Lent study guide

With Lent fast approaching people are expressing ideas of what to give up. In recent years the idea of a carbon fast has emerged. The oil lamp is going to throw its hat in the ring and make a few … Continue reading

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“Just Christmas”

Our Church is involved in something called “Just Christmas”.  The idea is to have a more simple and less materialistic Christmas whilst remembering its true meaning, giving money you would have spent on presents away.  To be honest we have … Continue reading

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The good life

I was sad to hear of Richard Briers death yesterday.  Although I was a bit too young to watch the “Good life” when it first came out I grew up watching some of the latter series and repeats.  For our … Continue reading

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Harvest celebration

Our eco-congregation group wanted to involve more people, and since we’re a small church we can manage to involve most of the congregation if we find a good idea! Sourcing and using locally grown food seemed like a good focus … Continue reading

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