Sunday, 3 February 2019

Wednesday, 7 November 2018

Even MORE that I've been up to (Video: a month in Johannesburg)

This is the final instalment of posts about my series of adventures over the summer. The first was a vlog of my pilgrimage to the Holy Land, the second was a video about my time as a volunteer for a month in Taizé - and now, here's my vlog of my four week placement in South Africa.

In real time, it's Reading Week of my first term in second year as an ordinand. I've settled back in and everything seems to be going quite well.


Thursday, 4 October 2018

What ELSE have I been up to? (Video: a month in Taizé)

And so continues the series of posts about my adventures over the summer between my first and second years as an ordinand. 

The first was about my trip to the Holy Land, and now comes a slightly different style of video about my time as a 'permanent' volunteer in Taizé for five weeks.



The third and final instalment will be a vlog of my month in Johannesburg on placement with the cathedral. 

In real time (Oct 2018), I am now in induction week at the start of my second year. I landed in the UK Tuesday morning and was at college Wednesday afternoon, so no let up! 

But it's all worth it. I go wherever God calls me to be, even if that does make my schedule a bit hectic!

Tuesday, 28 August 2018

What have I been up to? (Video: Holy Land trip)

Right, one year down, two to go! I will write or video an update about my third term and how I'm doing come the start of second year, but for now I will be uploading videos of the adventures I've been having over the summer!

Just to give you an idea, I was in the Holy Land for a week, then I went to Taize for five weeks. I spent a week in Scotland with friends, I was at Greenbelt (and talking on a panel of all things!) and soon I will be flying out to Johannesburg for a month long placement!

Hopefully that excuses my lack of updates. You can see I'm busy doing ordinand-y shenanigans. 

So without further ado, the first video of my pilgrimage to the Holy Land!
(It's a tad long, but trust me, stick around for the hilarious ordinand double-act sketch!!)