Posts by Rhonda Waters

Sunday Eucharist Readings

Find the readings from the NRSV Bible on-line at the Oremus Bible Browser. Date Sunday First Reading Psalm Second Reading Gospel Collect of the Day Feb 18 Lent 1 Genesis 9:8-17 Psalm 25:1-9 1 Peter 3:18-22 Mark 1:9-15 God of the wilderness,your Son battled with the powers of darknessand grew closer to you in the desert:help us to use these forty daysto…

Chapter 12 – London

As the capital city, a modern metropolis and an ancient centre of culture and trade, London has a lot to offer. In the book Sacred Britain by Martin Symington, which has been an invaluable guide on our tour around Britain, it is interesting that the places of Pilgrimage that he talks about in London are not the great churches but secular sites.

Week 12 – Prayer and Reflection

Download these prayers as a pdf here. “And I saw the New Jerusalem, coming down from heaven from God…And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, ‘See, the home of God is among morals.’”  (Rev. 21:3) While walking in London, notice the people and the spaces, including the churches, parks, museums and shops along the way. Notice all the sights…

Week 10 – Prayers and Reflections

Download these prayers as a pdf here. Our journey this week will take us through Ireland – it’s going to be a long walk! Fortunately, Ireland is full of saints to keep us company. As you walk this week, think about the people who have been important companions on your journey through life. Whose lessons continue to guide you? Whose examples continues…

Week 9 – Prayers and Reflections

Download these prayers as a pdf here. Ask, and it will be given you; search and you will find; knock and the door will be opened for you. (Matt. 7:7) Walking in Devon and Cornwall will bring us to historic places, from villages featured in Agatha Christie novels, to ancient churches, to even more ancient Tintagel, pausing to linger at each place,…

Chapter 8 – Canterbury

This week we cover more of the east coast of England, skirting London on our way to Canterbury.  The Archbishop of Canterbury being the central figure of the Anglican Church worldwide, this is indeed a good place to stop…