The Heat of Human ExcrementThursday, January 14, 2010 11:30
After last week’s unfortunate cancellation due to the snow, this week we decided to go for it and brave the elements. In fact, the elements decided to lay off for a while, so there wasn’t much bravery required. But we made it back which is the main thing, and enjoyed a great planning session. Often the planning is seen as the dull, tedious but neccessary part of the programme, but last night’s session was great. We managed to review the planning done so far for our next fund raising event, and for our Soapbox Derby challenge.
Then we had a brainstorm cranial weather anomaly and shared ideas for possible future sessions, then explained them to the group and removed a couple and refined a few more before were happy that we have a great session coming up. The result of our cranial weather anomaly can be seen below (click to enlarge) and will be translated and uploaded into the Amicus Calendar shortly. You will receive an email notifying you of which sessions you’re leading, assisting with or leading devotions for.
In devotions we reflected on the words of Jesus in Matthew 5:13 and it’s application during our current weather challenges. We also reflected on the fact that the coldest winter for years has been no match for the warmth of human excrement – hence the images in this update – and for which I apologise.
In other news, in an attempt to keep you all better informed and engaged, there is now a 1st Bletchley Amicus page on Facebook. There is a preview below. Become a ‘fan’ of the page and keep up to date with the latest events, quotes, web updates and news. Lots of old pictures have been uploaded, feel free to add your own if you have any, and add any tags which are missing.
Next Week: Hair-dressing by Steph Dungate & Nick Bosdet, Devotions by Simon Bradley