Sunday, 22 September 2013

Far from home



The top picture was taken after the service this morning in the Anglican Cathedral (where it turns out the particular kneeler had been embroided by someone from St Giles', Scartho), and the bottom one was not.

7 comments:

Mark Sandford said...

Peter. Thank you so much for your blogs. I am thoroughly immersed in all that you provide by way of photos and explanations. I especially enjoyed the poems. God bless you both..Mark.

Joy Davis said...

How did the kneeler get there, was it a specific donation?... Oh well, Grimsby gets everywhere!

Peter Mullins said...

Thanks for your messages, Mark and Joy. St George's Cathedral was built when the British were in charge of things here a hundred years ago and feels just like a large English Parish Church right down to the kneelers (which, I guess, carry the home addresses of those who worked them, the names covering a random selection of much of the English speaking world).

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Joy Davis said...

Peter, John Abe thinks that Chris Boggin's made the kneeler and took it with her when she went there.

Peter Mullins said...

It is good to have been given a reason to give thanks for Chris here.

Peter Mullins said...

It is good to have been given a reason to give thanks for Chris here.