A breather

Day two begins and I’m on the bus heading for Church House. Today is mainly taken up with legislative business so it should feel different to yesterday and allow us to catch our breath. 


Legislation is an important role of the Synod, of course. There are only two law making bodies in England – Parliament and the General Synod. So whilst it might not be as exciting as discussing other things it’s vital to the good functioning of the church. And thank God there are people on the Synod who appear to enjoy it and understand it!

But keep praying for Synod, whatever we’re doing and pray that the Holy Spirit of Pentecost will breath divine life into us.  

Holy Spirit, breathe through us and in us. Amen. 

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