View from the PamCam – 3rd October


Today's view from the PamCam is of the Mother House, AKA Manchester Cathedral. I was here this afternoon for a clergy conference It was lovely to be in a crowded space again after all this time, and though one or two people were still wearing facemasks, the majority of us were not. It was such …

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View from the PamCam


I have had a wonderful day today doing the things that I love the most, and that is ministering to people who are bereaved and who are grieving the loss of their loved ones. I was privileged to be taking part in two funerals today - one was completely solo, and the other was with …

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Today's view from the PamCam is of three books that I bought today. Well technically speaking I bought them a couple of days ago, but they were delivered today, so I'm counting them as a "today" purchase. When I was ordained at the start of July, my church gave me a Waterstones gift card as …

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Today's view from the PamCam comes from my first appointment today. I am so privileged to be in church ministry, serving the people of my community here in Blackley, and this is one of my favourite places to be. This is the view from the West Chapel door at Blackley Crematorium at just after 9am …

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View From the PamCam…


... or should that be RevCam now?! Yesterday was EPIC, and if you didn't read yesterday's post, you will have missed my photos and words describing my ordination into the diaconate at Manchester Cathedral. It was weird to wake up as "Rev Pam" today, but I quickly settled into things as my day began as …

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View from the PamCam


I used my bike for actual transport today, and I enjoyed it so much I decided to extend my journey to take in a couple of miles in the saddle. My intention was to ride down to church to do a couple of bits and bobs, which is only about three quarters of a mile …

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View from the PamCam – Trinity Sunday


It's been a day filled with joy today, and I wanted to share a couple of pictures of my day with you. I was privileged to preach at two services today. The first was at St Peter's in Blackley Village, and then the second was up the hill at St Paul's, and I have photos …

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View from the PamCam


It's a better view from the PamCam today, praise the Lord. After my failed attempt to go for a lengthy bit of exercise yesterday I was desperate to get out today, and so I persuaded my friend to come with me for a walk up at Castleshaw Reservoir. I admit that we both had reservations …

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I had the privilege of preaching in two churches this morning, and wanted to share with you a couple of photos from my "office" today. My first service was at St Peter's in Blackley, which I've photographed many times before. So today's pictures are from a different angle - the east end of the building …

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I had the privilege of preaching not once, but twice today. First of all I was at St Peter's Church in Blackley, where I was on "tech" as well as giving the sermon. St Peter's is very close to my heart and I feel like it is my second living room when I lead or …

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