The view of the eclipse from Greenholme, where we had an eclipse magnitude of 0.93, or 93% of the sun eclipsed at around 09.35GMT.
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News of Cuthbert’s death is relayed from Farne to Lindisfarne by torches, as the monks on both islands are singing Psalm 59 at Lauds. But Cuthbert’s death results [..]
The Bewcastle Benefice newsletter for August 2022 is now available to view or download here.
We have an innate sense of fairness. Society is built on the principle of justice. And yet justice has no power to give life – only to take [..]
We have reached Cuthbert’s last hours among us. He spends his final, disease-ridden moments lying in the corner of his tiny oratory, opposite the altar. Herefrith is with [..]
After a long hiatus, the next instalment of morning prayer with St Cuthbert is available. Cuthbert is weak. His strength is gone and his body failing. He allows [..]
What does Jesus mean, ‘let the dead bury the dead’? What is freedom? What is this ‘Spirit’ that is so often portrayed as a wild bird over the [..]
The July edition of the newsletter is now available to view or download here
The latest benefice newsletter can now be found here. Saturday, 28th May, 5pm, Taizé/Celtic Evening Prayer in the Barn, Greenholme, Bewcastle. This is a special service with a [..]
The Benefice newsletter for May is available to view or download from here
This month’s benefice newsletter is now available to view and download here.