Living in North Wales I would like to share my thoughts on the church and many other subjects with like minded people. I am no Traditionalist: I support women priests and women bishops but I also believe in the sanctity of marriage and the sacredness of human life.

I have been member of the Anglican Communion since Baptism in the 12th Century Purbeck marble font of St Mary’s Church, Beddington, in 1937; Confirmation, 1952 in St Nicholas Church, Newbury, after preparation by the Revd Bertram Russell; Marriage in 1959 in the Church of the Ascension, Burghclere, Hants. Since then I have been incredibly privileged to experience the joys of a broad church. I have been challenged and stimulated; my conscience has been pricked and my ideas stood on their heads. Only in the last three years in church have I often felt miserable, goaded and bullied. After a life time in what I knew as an all embracing church I now feel a total misfit.

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  1. What a pity you won’t come and join your true (Traditionalist) friends. Come on: it’s all part of the same package — lady clergymen, heterodox liturgy, gay marriage.


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