Tourist or Sojourner

Have been reminded again over night of the fragile human condition and the need to belong and to be loved.
We talk much about community, but often live in isolation, we speak of solitude, but are often lonely, we speak of peace, but are fearful, we long for love, but are often embraced by rejection.


Music to my ears

as I write this I am with my partners siblings and partners in NZ.

Last Sunday I was honoured to hear a local musician and artist as he played two new songs.
One was a conversation with his wife who died two years ago, the other called Come to me…..

Come to me you poor
With nothing to your name
And the poor who just have money
You can do the same
Walk with me I love you

Much like indifference being the opposite of love and hate, being poor is about what you have and what you don’t have?

As I loiter on the streets of Melbourne I go to the  ‘top end’ of town’ to watch the faces on the street, and I wonder what stories I would hear, and what story they would like to hear?

I think it’s a mistake to make assumptions about people,’rich’ or ‘poor’.


Upcoming Events

Feb
23
Sun
2:30 pm Welsh Service
Welsh Service
Feb 23 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
The Welsh language service is followed by ‘te bach’ (tea).  All are welcome, to the service and te bach, regardless of language!
Mar
1
Sun
3:00 pm St David’s Day Gymanfa Ganu
St David’s Day Gymanfa Ganu
Mar 1 @ 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Guest conductor from Wales :  Mr Dilwyn Price 2019 National Eisteddfod of Wales blue riband winner / soloist  :  Mr Erfyl Jones 2 other previous blue riband winners :    Eleri and Aled Edwards 6
Mar
8
Sun
2:30 pm Welsh Service
Welsh Service
Mar 8 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
The Welsh language service is followed by ‘te bach’ (tea).  All are welcome, to the service and te bach, regardless of language!
Mar
29
Sun
2:30 pm Welsh Service
Welsh Service
Mar 29 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
The Welsh language service is followed by ‘te bach’ (tea).  All are welcome, to the service and te bach, regardless of language!