So, what do you actually do for nearly 2 weeks on an island without WiFi and electricity? Check out this short film from Chris’ latest experience of serving as Bardsey Island Chaplain.
Last week we spent time as a family on the beautiful island of Bardsey. Blue sky thinking. It was stunning. Not having WiFi is a gift. Not having electricity brought us closer together and we played loads of games, undistracted by the TV or watching a DVD. There isn't any running water on the island … Continue reading Bardsey, a thin place.
I'm three days back from serving as chaplain for a week on Bardsey Island and I'm just about managing to climatise to the usual rush and hubbub of ministry and serving as an evangelist with The Light Project. You see on the Island I couldn't even have done this writing. There is no electricity, let … Continue reading City centre to remote island chaplaincy
Bardsey Island is one of the most beautiful places I know, its remoteness draws people who seek a week or two off grid. It's a place for spiritual seekers as well as those who want to simplify, with no wifi or electricity or flushing loos. This is the second year I've served as chaplain for … Continue reading City centre chaplaincy to a middle of no-where kind of one