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Church of England’s stalls at wedding fairs

Your answersIs there a legal reason that churches don’t advertise at wedding fairs? The public are beginning to think that they can’t get married in churches. This is an absurd situation.   Churches have been well represented at wedding fairs national and local for many years. In my book Making the ...

Handy biblical references

Write, if you any answers the questions listed at the end of this section, or to add to the answers given below.   Your answers   When reading a book that gives frequent Bible references, it would be very convenient if one could keep a computer handy and use an app to display the Bible verse or pass...

Turned off by the second lesson

Write, if you any answers to the questions listed at the end of this section, or to add to the answers given below.   Your answers   As I brought my eight-year-old granddaughter home from school, we listened to Choral Evensong. The music was wonderful, but the New Testament lesson included Matthew 1...

Archbishop J. R. Darbyshire

Write, if you have a question you would like answered, or to add to the answers given below.   Your answers   Glyn Paflin (Diary, 26 August) mentions Hymns A. & M. 595. This is Archbishop J. R. Darbyshire’s hymn “For the Fallen”, with its line about “a tryst of love with them that sleep”, safer ...

Greater and lesser

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Fri 20 Jan 17 @ 15:20
@claireylegs Good point, thanks for letting us know. Will get that changed now.

Fri 20 Jan 17 @ 15:14
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