After the joy of Mothering Sunday, which offset the challenges of Lent, Marketors’ Chaplain Canon Dr Alison Joyce found Passion Sunday on 21 March to be a time of deep introspection.
The month of March marks a year since the pandemic lockdown arrived and Fleet Street fell silent. Even at night, the street used to bustle with office cleaners and City workers chained to their desks. Slaves to the system.
Names are important in life. They signify who we are and what people expect of us.
With St Bride’s again closed due to Covid restrictions, Marketors’ Chaplain Canon Dr Alison Joyce and her team are continuing their online ministry.
On commencing her training at theological college, Marketors’ Chaplain Canon Dr Alison Joyce found that fellow students would indulge in post-prandial party tricks.