This week, we said goodbye to four ‘leavers’: those residents of 2020-21 who are moving on this summer, together with those from 2019-20 we couldn’t say goodbye to properly last summer because of restrictions on gatherings. After a picnic, we shared news, told the story of Lyn’s House as a human timeline, and prayed togetherContinue reading “Farewell to leaving residents”
Our annual BBQ this year was in two ‘sittings’, so we could keep within the maximum of 30 people meeting outdoors each time. We re-told the story of Lyn’s House as we welcomed some new people into that story. We celebrated people’s news, achievements and recent/forthcoming birthdays. Our new t-shirts were modelled by several ofContinue reading “Summer BBQ”
The sun shone for us! We talked about how much we had missed just being able to sit together and chat, laugh, sing, pray… And we did all those things together, in glorious sunshine!
We were thrilled to see one another in person after so many months, in the garden/orchard outside the house. The rain even held off for us! Everyone had something to say or show about how this recent lockdown has been. We laughed a lot and sang a song of thanks to God for the giftContinue reading “First in-person tea party of 2021!”
Two members of the Lyn’s House community are interviewed on Radio Maria about the life and vision of Lyn’s House. https://anchor.fm/women-together/episodes/Women-Together–Season-2—Episode-3-e10265k
Find out what Lyn’s House has been doing over the last few months, what plans we have for the next few months, and lots of other exciting news!
John Tallamy successfully completed the Cambridge Half-Marathon in June 2020. He raised £2,100 to support the work of Lyn’s House. Thank you to all of you who sponsored him and a huge thank you to John! We appreciate your hard work so much! Find out more here https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/johntallamy-lynshouse?utm_term=yVwZ8mDMv
David Ford, Deborah Ford and Ian Randall were interviewed by JKP, the publishers of “A Kind of Upside-Downness”.