Monthly Archives: July 2014

Midsummer

What they say about buses, at least in the UK, is true for this blog – you wait ages and then four posts come along all at once! I was determined that I would get caught up today with all … Continue reading

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Stūra Māja

One of the buildings I was introduced to on arriving in Latvia  was  Stūra Māja, ‘the Corner House’. It was in late October when I first saw it on a dark evening at the end of a rather grey day. I was told … Continue reading

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‘I’ve got you under my skin’

I really wouldn’t call myself a Frank Sinatra fan, but when I thought about writing this post, the first line of his famous song seemed appropriate A few weeks ago I had an urgent email asking if we might be able to … Continue reading

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‘As long as we live there is never enough singing’*

I’ve kinda sleep-walked through a major event that has been held in Riga over the past ten days. As part of Riga being the European Capital of Culture this year, the biennial World Choir Games has been held here. It … Continue reading

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Equipping for Ministry

I write this post a couple of weeks ago but never got around to posting it, so here goes! Just over a year ago it was decided that we would look at running a course for lay people in The … Continue reading

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