Sunday, 25 March 2007

If you can't laugh . . .

From The (London) Times Saturday 24 March 2007

1 comment:

Fr. Dwight Longenecker said...

very droll.

I once lived for a year on Parson's Green. The church on the green has the unusual dedication to St Dionys. It's a nice brick Victorian thing, which has always been broadly Evangelical.

I lived with a friend from Wycliffe Hall who was curate at the time. I think he is now an Archdeacon...

It was a happy year in before I took Holy Orders in the Diocese of Chichester and entered hesitatingly into 'South Coast religion.'

The other link with Parson's Green is that Anne Atkins, the well known BBC 'Thought for the Day' commentator is (or was until recently) the vicar's wife of St Dionys, Parson's Green.