Monday, 16 February 2009

2nd Sunday before Lent

At last the snow is melting - practically gone as I type rather late into the night, though this morning there was still a fair bit of ice on the church drive.

Topically for the bicentenary of his birth, Charles Darwin received a positive mention in Paul Heatherington's sermon. It ranged through Genesis 1, John 1, how to survive a fall in the mountains with the aid of a cigarette lighter and the history of the hymn, "How great thou art" - and Paul finished off with a rendering of the final verse of the hymn from the pulpit. You can't hear him sing it - but you can read what he had to say.

No comments: