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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Pinch-Punch First of the Month (NO RETURN!)

Found a link to CofE website from Ambient Wonder website and look at this lass:

How the dickens is she old enough to wear ear rings? Honestly!

Good website though, worth a read - especially if you're well into some bitchin' liturgy.


  • At 9:45 AM, Blogger Ben F. Foster Esq. (c) said…

    What PArish do you live in? We can tell you.

    Sounds kind of new age really

  • At 12:04 PM, Blogger Timothy V Reeves said…

    Very nice to see the St. Augustine’s web site – first time I’ve seen it - “Awesome” as they say! I’ll keep an eye on it! It put me in mind of the group of what I call the Wensum valley churches (Near the loop of the Wensum – see the Norwich map). They are:

    St. Augustine’s (emerging/postevangelical church), St Luke’s (Postevangelical/emerging church), Norwich Central Baptist Church (conservative evangelical), Surrey Chapel (orthodox evangelical), Zoar Chapel (Strict and Particular evangelical), JW Kingdom Hall (Christian Cult), Wensum Chapel, now City church (Charismatic), The Octagon chapel (Unitarian), Princes Street UR (traditional).

    Have I missed any? I suppose “Potters House” (Charismatic Cult) on Dereham road and St Barnabus (traditional) might just qualify (although they are outside the elite Wensum loop area – perhaps we could grant them honorary status)

    It’s a kind of primitive primeval soup of churches down there in the Wensum valley, you never know what might “emerge” and “evolve” out of it! Perhaps this might: we could all get together for a big Bible bashing rally, which would probably end up with us bashing one another instead, so it could be a new kind of headline grabbing outreach event: “WORSHIP LEADING FACES GET BASHED!” Bible Belt? Definitely, but ‘Belt’ here means the other sort of belt! What a right lot of happy fellowships together we Wensum valley church people are in fact!

  • At 3:28 PM, Blogger Ben F. Foster Esq. (c) said…

    Mary Magdeline on Silver Street (quaint orthodox) but that might be a bit North of wher eyou mean


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