Cath Duce, a final year ordinand, is currently on placement in the Solomon Islands. This is her most recent post.The prison in Honiara, otherwise known as the Rove Correctional Centre, is located on the outskirts of the capital. It consists of grey concrete, barbed wire, and layers of metal grid walls separating the incarcerated from … Continue reading Freedom in Christ: Practising Forgiveness in the Solomons
Olivia Maxfield-Coote is a final year ordinand on an extended placement in New Zealand this term. She describes her experiences here.One of the best things about training for Ordination at Westcott House is not being at Westcott House!When I looked at various institutions a few years ago post BAP, Westcott House stood out because of … Continue reading Leaving Westcott!
Sermon preached at the Community EucharistAll Saints' Church, Jesus LaneDr Elizabeth Phillips, Tutor in Theology and Ethics12 February 2015May I speak in the name of God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen.Glimpses of heaven . . . Both of our readings tell startling stories in which the curtains of heaven are opened ever so … Continue reading Glimpses of Heaven
Sermon preached at the Community EucharistAll Saints' Church, Jesus LaneThe Revd Dr James Grenfell, Director for Mission Engagement, Us5th February 2015The questions are what matters argues Samuel Packiam, the Director of the Henry Martyn Institute in Hyderabad in India. And he maintains that it is the quality of those questions that are particularly prized in … Continue reading The questions are what matters