Monday, 25 January 2010

Christian Unity Week - 8

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Conversion of St Paul - so we have a photo of St Paul's Cathedral (Church of England) in London - not exactly Scotland!

However, today is also Burn's Night - so we also have a photo of some haggis - 100% Scottish!

Note in addition, the potatoes from Northern Ireland, the Guinness from Dublin, the mushy peas from Yorkshire, and the HP Sauce from London!

Join hands, then, members of the faith,
Whatever your race may be!
Who serves my Father as His child
Is surely kin to me.

In Christ now meet both East and West,
In Him meet North and South;
All Christian folk are one in Him
Throughout the whole wide earth.

Happy Feast!

Tomorrow, we are returning to Stirling Castle.


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Peter Simpson said...

I hope you did OK on your college assignment! This plate of food was hardly a traditional Burn's Supper, which would consist of haggis, neaps and tatties. Neaps are turnips or swede - not mushy peas!