Fr Richard Tuset's blog and other bits and pieces on Christianity


I am a priest in the Church of England and welcome to this page of thoughts, notes, scribbles and excerpts from some of my writing on Christian theology. 

The blog (scroll down this page) also includes some longer reflections and papers plus the odd poem. 

I've also included some videos of my parish teaching including some very playful videos prepared for assemblies, Sunday schools and playgroups.

Finally, I like to take pictures and I have taken most of the photographs shared on the site.

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Lucifer, Money, Poverty and Lady Julian.

Mark 10: 17 – 30 One of the things I like the most is getting the chance to read a good novel - the chance doesn’t often happen and so I...

Thoughts on the Fruits of Harvest

Ovingdean: October 2021 The seasons continue to turn and we find ourselves firmly in Autumn, that time of gathering in the harvest,...

The Old You or the New You?

Ephesians: 4: 1 - 6 Today I’m going to preach on Ephesians. The reading we have today is so rich and full I’ll focus on the first few...

Pilgrimage

For August 2021 Friendships are precious. There are all sorts of friendships of course and some people have lots of friends whilst others...

Meadows, Socrates and Football.......

One of the things I love doing on a Sunday after the service is to walk through the churchyard, reading the occasional grave inscription...

Why isn't the Kingdom like Bindweed?

(Mark 4: 26 - 34 and 2 Corinthians 5:6 - 10 (11 - 13) 14 - 17) The title of this sermon is ‘Why isn’t the Kingdom of God like bindweed’...

What the Feet in the Ceiling Might Mean

I love Walsingham and I have been going there regularly ever since I was a small child. One of the things I always did - and I still do ...

Helping things to become better.

June 2021 Dear Friends, I don’t know about you, but I have always loved St Francis of Assisi. I love his passion, his challenge to the...

Forever

On the warmth of bracken I spoke, waited for word, the answer. Like the leaves in your hair, words struggle free, cutting across the...

Service and Duty

Whilst preparing to write this note the very sad news of Prince Philip’s passing was announced. Our thoughts and prayers are with the...

Resurrection Today (Easter Day Sermon 2021)

Frederick Buechner’s famous line, ‘the worst isn’t the last thing about the world - it’s the next to last thing’ has been on my mind...

An Easter Garden (February 2021)

In 2020 the pace of change and uncertainty has been unprecedented. What seemed to be true or accurate one week got changed or updated the...

Finally (November 2020)

After many months of waiting I have finally been inducted as Rector of St Wulfran’s, Ovingdean and I am feeling both excited and...