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Sensing God’s World In Real Life

Sensing God’s World In Real Life

10 July 2020

With the further easing of restrictions in recent days I ventured a little further afield to keep a promise to meet a colleague and friend.  Quite some time had passed since we’d last seen one another ‘in real life’ (or ‘IRL’ as it's now  fashionably referred to in social media). 

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Re-opening for Worship from Sunday 5 July

Re-opening for Worship from Sunday 5 July

03 July 2020

We’re re-opening for worship from Sunday 5 July and looking forward to it enormously! If you're planning a visit, please read this important information first.

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Review: Recognising Racism as Structural

Review: Recognisi­ng Racism as Structural

10 July 2020

Structural racism is a fact of British life. In 2014 Reni, an award winning journalist, wrote a blog stating that she was no longer going to talk to white people about race – ‘not all white people, just the vast majority who refuse to accept the legitimacy of structural racism and its symptoms’.

Read the review
Opening One’s Mouth and Putting One’s Foot in It

Opening One’s Mouth and Putting One’s Foot in It

03 July 2020

Earlier this week on, Monday 29th June we celebrated St Peter’s Day, the patron saint of our Cathedral here in Exeter. Long before I came to the Cathedral I had a great affection for St Peter, perhaps it was because I was confirmed in St Peter’s in the Forest, Walthamstow.

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Recipe: Poires Belle Helene

Recipe: Poires Belle Helene

10 July 2020

There are loads of variations of this classic French pud but essentially it is poached pears with chocolate sauce and some ice cream or Chantilly cream. Easy to make in advance of a dinner.

See the recipe
We are Open for Worship, Private Prayer and Reflection!

We are Open for Worship, Private Prayer and Reflectio­n!

07 July 2020

Following the recent closure of Exeter Cathedral due to coronavirus, we are delighted to be open again for worship, private prayer and reflection.

Read more
Sensing God’s World In Real Life

Sensing God’s World In Real Life

10 July 2020

With the further easing of restrictions in recent days I ventured a little further afield to keep a promise to meet a colleague and friend.  Quite some time had passed since we’d last seen one another ‘in real life’ (or ‘IRL’ as it's now  fashionably referred to in social media). 

Read more
Recipe: Poires Belle Helene

Recipe: Poires Belle Helene

10 July 2020

There are loads of variations of this classic French pud but essentially it is poached pears with chocolate sauce and some ice cream or Chantilly cream. Easy to make in advance of a dinner.

See the recipe
Re-opening for Worship from Sunday 5 July

Re-opening for Worship from Sunday 5 July

03 July 2020

We’re re-opening for worship from Sunday 5 July and looking forward to it enormously! If you're planning a visit, please read this important information first.

Read more
Review: Recognising Racism as Structural

Review: Recognisi­ng Racism as Structural

10 July 2020

Structural racism is a fact of British life. In 2014 Reni, an award winning journalist, wrote a blog stating that she was no longer going to talk to white people about race – ‘not all white people, just the vast majority who refuse to accept the legitimacy of structural racism and its symptoms’.

Read the review
We are Open for Worship, Private Prayer and Reflection!

We are Open for Worship, Private Prayer and Reflectio­n!

07 July 2020

Following the recent closure of Exeter Cathedral due to coronavirus, we are delighted to be open again for worship, private prayer and reflection.

Read more
Opening One’s Mouth and Putting One’s Foot in It

Opening One’s Mouth and Putting One’s Foot in It

03 July 2020

Earlier this week on, Monday 29th June we celebrated St Peter’s Day, the patron saint of our Cathedral here in Exeter. Long before I came to the Cathedral I had a great affection for St Peter, perhaps it was because I was confirmed in St Peter’s in the Forest, Walthamstow.

Read more
Sensing God’s World In Real Life

Sensing God’s World In Real Life

10 July 2020

With the further easing of restrictions in recent days I ventured a little further afield to keep a promise to meet a colleague and friend.  Quite some time had passed since we’d last seen one another ‘in real life’ (or ‘IRL’ as it's now  fashionably referred to in social media). 

Read more
Review: Recognising Racism as Structural

Review: Recognisi­ng Racism as Structural

10 July 2020

Structural racism is a fact of British life. In 2014 Reni, an award winning journalist, wrote a blog stating that she was no longer going to talk to white people about race – ‘not all white people, just the vast majority who refuse to accept the legitimacy of structural racism and its symptoms’.

Read the review
Recipe: Poires Belle Helene

Recipe: Poires Belle Helene

10 July 2020

There are loads of variations of this classic French pud but essentially it is poached pears with chocolate sauce and some ice cream or Chantilly cream. Easy to make in advance of a dinner.

See the recipe
We are Open for Worship, Private Prayer and Reflection!

We are Open for Worship, Private Prayer and Reflectio­n!

07 July 2020

Following the recent closure of Exeter Cathedral due to coronavirus, we are delighted to be open again for worship, private prayer and reflection.

Read more
Re-opening for Worship from Sunday 5 July

Re-opening for Worship from Sunday 5 July

03 July 2020

We’re re-opening for worship from Sunday 5 July and looking forward to it enormously! If you're planning a visit, please read this important information first.

Read more
Opening One’s Mouth and Putting One’s Foot in It

Opening One’s Mouth and Putting One’s Foot in It

03 July 2020

Earlier this week on, Monday 29th June we celebrated St Peter’s Day, the patron saint of our Cathedral here in Exeter. Long before I came to the Cathedral I had a great affection for St Peter, perhaps it was because I was confirmed in St Peter’s in the Forest, Walthamstow.

Read more

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