Littlemore is blessed with a rich vein of talent.
|Teresa Morgan – See below and see Resources|
|Julian Armitstead Writer|
|Tom Bower Artist|
|Hendrik Bouman Musician|
|John Hounam Artist|
|Andrew Walton Artist|
One Community’s journey through the Christian year
This book is a journey through the seasons of the year and also through the high days and holy days of the Church. In the company of saints present and past, we travel from Advent Sunday to Advent Sunday, looking for the Kingdom of Heaven and reflecting on the many ways in which God’s love reaches out to embrace and transform the world. Interspersing prose with poetry, this is a book to read slowly and reflectively, stilling our minds to the rhythms of grace and opening our hearts to the peace that passes all understanding.
“It’s wise and generous; it’s accessible and full of insight; it refreshes the soul” – from the foreword by John Pritchard Bishop of Oxford
All Christians share a mission: to be a channel for the Holy Spirit’s outpouring of God’s reconciling love into the world.
Each of the first four chapters of this absorbing and affirming volume discuss a different kind of ministry:
Combining spiritual insight from writers down the centuries with moving (and often humorous) contemporary stories, Every-Person Ministry provides real encouragement to engage in practical ministry, in our own lives.
Artistic Director: Richard Vendome
– now available on DVD!
Few pieces of music are as instantly recognisable as “Vivaldi’s Gloria”. But how many people know that it was originally performed entirely by women, including the lower voice parts?Made by COLONIAL PICTURES for Sky Artsto watch trailer click here
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After the Accident
An award winning play by Julian Armitstead.
Four years after the death their six year old daughter in a collision with a joy rider, JIMMY and PETRA decide to meet LEON, the teenager responsible.
Published by Methuen, After the Accident won the 2008 Amnesty International ‘Protect the Human’ playwriting competition, and was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 for the Friday Play in 2010.
‘Bright shining highlight of breath-taking story telling’
‘A profoundly moving piece of theatre.’
Daily Info, Oxford