Autumn 2020 reflections Reflections

Introduction to Autumn Reflections 2020

From Revd Canon Andrew Bunch, Vicar of St Giles’ and St Margaret’s, Oxford:

This is my last opportunity to share the passages of the Bible have been especially significant for me during my time as your parish priest. But rather that make this exercise a solo affair, I wanted to involve the people leading the various aspects of ministry in this Benefice to share their understanding of these passages that have become special to me. So, in this series of reflections, a range of perspectives will be offered rather than a recollection of ideas you have already heard.

Ten key passages have been selected and on the Saturdays from October 10th onwards a reflection will be offered on one of the passages. On the days of the week following, a sentence or two will be offered on how the passage might affect our approach to daily life.

I hope these passages bring insights to mind which have been key in my ministry here in Oxford.  They might help you to gain a greater understanding to the spiritual insights that have inspired my ministry with you over this time.

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One reply on “Introduction to Autumn Reflections 2020”

Thank you so much for your prayers and for keeping in touch.
May our loving Lord bless you richly, bless you and your family, in all of the coming days of your retirement coming up all too soon!
Love in Christ, as ever!


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