In his masters steps …

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Two dozen hardy souls braved the elements, “thou the snow lay round about deep and crisp and even” to Kai and Mike’s traditional readings and carols at the Crask on Thursday (even if a couple of days late for the Feast of Stephen).

We sat around a furnace of a stove, sang, listened and of course shared in Kai and Mike’s legendary hospitality – scones, mince pies, tea, coffee and all the rest.  Thanks to everyone,  it was truly wonderful.

A lovely gentle service at the Crask

The December Crask service attracted a sizeable congregation including several people who had not been before.  We reflected on the journey towards Christmas which starts at the Annunciation (March 25th) and culminates in the Word becoming Flesh in a manger in Bethlehem.

Don’t forget the traditional Carols at the Crask service and fellowship next Thursday (December 28th) starting at 2pm.

Have a blessed Christmas.

Today at the Crask

Today, a lovely gathering at the Crask, including three who haven’t joined us before (welcome to Martha, Muriel and Gordon).  The Crask really is a special place and the Church is so blessed to have it, thanks to the generosity of Kai and Mike.

… and of course followed by food, fellowship, conversation and fun (just a few of those there).

Thanks Douglas.