The Funeral

It was a sunny September morning in Bishops Sedgecester in Kent, and the local church was packed full of people wanting to bid a final farewell to a man who lived for 46 years in Bishops Sedgecester, despite having lived in Sussex for 30 years; Terrence Peterson. “I see that Steve hasn’t graced us withContinue reading “The Funeral”

The Reality Check of Lower Strangling

“I wonder whether the Blood of Christ could cure Coronavirus?”, thought the Rev. Simon Abernathy to himself as he polished that most famous of cups; the Holy Grail, in the extension created especially for it at the back of St Gerald the Damned, the Holy Lance forever floating above it, eternally dripping Christ’s blood downContinue reading “The Reality Check of Lower Strangling”