I must confess that one of the main reasons for writing this blog is to tidy up my computer screen. The home page brings my most used desk top links and bookmarked pages which are otherwise dotted around different search engines (at least three), folders and the like.

As for me, I have three vocations: husband, father and ordained priest in the Church of England. My immediate family and I live in Northamptonshire – that part of England where the Midlands, Eastern Region and the South East meet.

Try this link if you want to find out more about the Church of England.

I should perhaps point out that the dates of any posts I make is the date of publication – not necessarily the date of writing. In general I hope to post a new blog entry every Wednesday. Although I try to be fairly contemporary, like most other people I have my particularly busy times as well as the occasional holiday – and if I’m on holiday I’m not taking the computer with me!

I discovered some while after starting this blog that this is not the only one with “Sundry Times” in the title. Now that I have got used to it, I do not intend changing it – at least not yet. In case you wanted to know, the phrase comes from the first chapter of the book of Hebrews in the New Testament (from the Authorised Version, also known as the King James Version).

“God who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, hath in these last days spoken to us by his Son.”