‘Living God’ is the title of the programme of prayer, study and encounter launched at Southwark Cathedral on Sunday 15 September 2013. It is intended that the whole congregation will be taken on a journey of deepening relationship with God, of growing discipleship and that out of this, we will discern God’s will for us as individuals and a community.

This blog will be about my personal reflections and, I hope, give to those who follow it some indication of the way in which I see my ministry as Dean and Rector of the parish being caught up in “Living God’. I’m excited about it and I hope that as others become involved in it, they will be excited as well. The writer of the Letter to the Hebrews tells us that ‘it is an awesome thing to fall into the hands of the living God.’ We hope and pray for awesome times and God-filled times for Southwark Cathedral in the months that lie ahead of us.

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