Visitors' Book 1999-2000
Lynn Carrier Friday, December 29, 2000
My gr- gr- gr- grandparents were married in this church in 1844. Their
names were Mary Soddrel and John D. Gibson. They came to the USA in 1845.
They were both 22 years old when they made the trip. What a beautiful
place to have a wedding and dedicate one's life to Jesus Christ.
Christina Powell & Family Wednesday, December 27, 2000
Heage, Derbyshire, UK
Great site!!! Nice to see the pictures of the Chichester trip!!! Keep
up the good work!! HP AP CP
Coleen Francis Wednesday, December 27, 2000
Interesting although I didn't have enough time to read all, am looking for
history of Radford ward particularly Hyson Green for a community survey
relating to a Human Services degree I am currently undertaking - 1st year.
G. David Dixon Saturday, December 23, 2000
My grand parents, David Dixon and Annie Cross were married in your St.
Peters in the year 1893, would like to make a visit someday to be at the
Erastus Kwaka Omolo Friday, December 22, 2000
I am a born again believer and charismatic but with a gentle conservative
evangelical background. The Lord bless your work.
I was just surfing the internet to look for a group that could support our
Church building project and bumped into your site. Do pray for us for
God's provision. Have a Merry Christmas and the Lord bless all members of
Walter LaRoche Friday, December 15, 2000
Dunwoody, Georgia, USA
Just found your site while searching for information about Good King
Wenceslas. You are now linked on three of my Scouting pages:
Thank you for your time and effort. Choir music (mp3) is quite good,
however Real Audio links did not work (12/15). Still exploring your site
-- so much there -- I actually have been to Nottingham back in 1967, I
hope to return one day.
Sheila Saturday, December 9, 2000
New Hampshire, USA
I am in the process of buying a clock...at which I might think was
once in your church...There is a plaque that reads: In memory of Fredrick
Ford (did he work there?) twice rectory of St Peters Chester...Also says
something about the clock given to him by his wife and
children..."1886" If you have any information could you please
let me know...I would greatly appreciate it..
Ruth Norris Monday, December 4, 2000
I'd just like to say that Southwell Minster is beautiful and ask how
that bookcase is that Geoffrey Starmer (my grandpa) made because I helped
to glue bits on.
Andrew Morledge Sunday, November 19, 2000
Rob Taylor Sunday, November 19, 2000
I found this web-page very useful. I am using it to find out
information for Religious Studies (RS). But one bad thing, no pictures are
Brian G. Adsit Friday, November 3, 2000
St Peter's Episcopal Church, Tecumseh, Michigan, USA
This is a very impressive web page. It clearly conveys the essence of your
church. Yours in Christ, BGA.
Eric McDowell Thursday, November 2, 2000
Carmichael, California, USA
Tug Wilson Tuesday, October 31, 2000
St Chad's, Lichfield, UK
Like the site. You may like to have a look at St Chad's Online at: www.saintchads.org.uk.
God bless you in your work in WORLDWIDE church.
Peter Hoare Tuesday, October 24, 2000
St Peter's, Nottingham, UK - but looking in from the Library of
Congress in Washington DC!
Just keeping in touch! The enquirer about the dragon in Lenton probably
wants information about the black marble font (Norman) in Holy Trinity
Church, Lenton - I'll look this up when I'm home next week
Ron Doubleday Sunday,
October 22, 2000
Hi, I am doing my family tree, my family is from Southwell/Upton area. My
great grandfather Percival Doubleday came to Halifax Nova Scotia around
1884 with the military and stayed. I am looking for his family and any
info on them. I am real interested in who's this Doubleday family Vault is
in St Peter's
Vicki Gentilman Thursday, October 12, 2000
Gainesville, Florida, USA
LOVE YOUR WEB SITE... I attend First Assembly of God in Gainesville,
but we worship the same Lord! By the way, I am searching for a Medieval
church in a town called Lenton - I was told it is in Nottinghamshire. It
is supposed to have an engraving of a knight slaying a dragon (or Worme),
and that is in tribute to an ancestor of mine. Anyone know anything about
such a place? I would love to visit for myself but have medical problems
that keep me home bound, so I Praise the Lord for the web!
Christopher Courquin Friday, October 6, 2000
Emma Harper Thursday, October 5, 2000
St Ann's, Nottingham, UK
I have really enjoyed looking at your website. Thank you
Allan Friday, September 29, 2000
One of the best sites I've seen from a local church. How about a
letters, contributions page, discussion page?
Catherine Ekvall Monday, September 25, 2000
Nigel Gold Friday, September 22, 2000
Rockingham, Western Australia
Nottingham Bluecoat Old Scholar, 1969-76
Kevin McKenzie Friday, September 22, 2000
Orlando, Florida, USA
The church looks cool. I love old European churches.
Mahlimi Ralte Tuesday, August 29, 2000
Tuikual'A', Aizawl, India
Good job and well done, its a good site to lead our life.
Rayelenn Sparks Casey Tuesday, August 15, 2000
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
Hello to Andrew Deuchar! Had a "brain wave" and found St Peter's
site. Emily reports she had a wonderful visit with you -- finding
her roots, I guess! Thanks so much for having her over. Wish it could have
been me! Keep in touch -- and we'll watch your site to see what's
happening in Nottingham.
Andrew and Sarah Price Monday, August 7, 2000
Very enjoyable visit. Refreshing to find it so up to date. Andrew is
organist at Holy Trinity Church Coventry and together we run an unofficial
web site for our church
Sherry Titus Sunday, July 30, 2000
Nova Scotia, Canada
I was searching for information on 'confirmation' and found your site. The
piece on confirmation is very interesting and I will share it with my
confirmation class at Trinity Anglican Church in Digby, Nova Scotia.
Jon Mitchell Wednesday, July 12, 2000
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Thanks very much for a wonderful, informative, well-organized web site. I
intend to become a frequent virtual visitor until I can visit in person.
Sonia Dimmock Tuesday, July 4, 2000
West Bridgford, Nottingham, UK
Extremely interesting site, lovely photos of the Churches. Shared the
prayers with a friend. Well done.
Robert Andrew Coutts Sunday,
July 2, 2000
Wellington, New Zealand
I would be interested to know if you have pupil records going back to the
mid 1800's. For a family tree that I am doing (on my wife's side) I would
like to find out if you have a Roger Walter Hansard in the records. I also
believe that there may have been a few more Hansards that went to the
Bluecoat School. Any information at all would be most helpful. Thanking
you in advance.
Theresa Walker-Ray Tuesday, June 27, 2000
Amherst, Massachusetts, USA
My husband and I are amazed at the sense of community that our family
has with you. We all read your magazine regularly. My sister, Barbara
Walker, noted the news of your Barbara Walker. Our four children bemoaned
the loss of "If ye love me". They have suggested it to our
All-Town choir. Today, we heard of the volcanic eruption near Reunion and
sped me to the e-mail to see if Mike Leuty's Gigi and family are all well.
We hope they are.
They are fine, thank you. The volcano on Réunion poses
no danger to its inhabitants.
Arthur Aistrop Saturday, June 24, 2000
Stevenston, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
W. Marshall Tuesday, June 20, 2000
I have found your site to be very informative and I really enjoyed
hearing your choir and organ. Keep up the good work and may God continue
to bless you all.
Anne Anson Saturday, June 10, 2000
Richland, Michigan, USA
I've only been here for a few seconds. Your website is really intriguing,
It look to be exactly what it should be. I'm a stained glass artist, and
intend to go back now and check this website out at length.
Gwen Thompson Monday, June 5, 2000
I can't make out from this what exactly the connection is between St Peter's
and Southwell Minster. Are they two separate places that sometimes
share choir and services?
St Peter's is a parish church in the centre of
Nottingham. Southwell Minster is the cathedral of our diocese, situated
in a small market town in Nottinghamshire. Our choir is occasionally
invited to sing in the Minster when their choir is absent.
Hugh Busher and Susanne Maddox Saturday, June 3, 2000
Planet Earth!!! (and Nottingham, UK)
I'm impressed at the quality of this site. The pictures help to give a
feel of the place being real - and not just a cyber cafe of sorts. I look
forward to seeing some of the poetry on this site, too, as well as some of
the music which I understand is of quite a high standard - majoring in
Messiaen from time to time, fortunately!!
Heather Young Thursday, June 1, 2000
I lived in Nott'm in the 1970s. I worked at Raleigh, I married a
Nottinghamian and gave birth to another. We were married at Holy Trinity,
Lenton and our son was christened there. I came back to visit in Oct.
1998, and had another look in your lovely church, and went to a service in
Lenton. That had been a dying parish with mainly old people in the 1970s,
(Mr Dunford was the vicar then) was now a church stuffed full of families.
Someone in this or a higher authority is doing something right. I am a
NZer and my son has dual nationality. He grew up to be a cathedral
chorister here in Christchurch. Our church is the one church world wide
and I am proud to be an Anglican and always feel at home in one of our
God bless to all who minister in your church - be it clergy, organist,
ladies who do flowers, volunteers who greet visitors or mums who feed and
water choirboys. I love your web site. Take care - until I come back to
Nottingham next time. Signed a Kiwi Nottinghamian (a brave one - I support
Colin Saxton Monday, May 29,
Awsworth, Nottingham, UK
If I can help in any way then I am willing to get involved in any charity
work... If you need to contact me then email me above.
Alan Wallis Friday, May 26, 2000
Reigate, Surrey, UK
Barbara Wilkie Monday, May 22, 2000
Cabool, Missouri, USA
Is your church, (Old St Peter's) in Liverpool, where Andrew Morris and
his wife Maudian (Magdalen) are buried?
David L. Tomb Wednesday, May 17, 2000
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Thank you for this very fine resource. I am preparing for a community
hymn festival in Sun City, Arizona, and the materials you have on the site
are very helpful. I would like to ask permission to reprint some of the
material with the appropriate credits and web address if I may.
Nantege Tuesday, May 16, 2000
I would like to know if the church has a CD/tape of the hymns presented?
If not, would you be kind enough to direct me to a website or telephone
number where I may purchase hymns sung by the best choirs in the UK. Thank you
and God Bless.
Mike Morris Monday, May 1, 2000
Sacred Heart Parish, Baguley, Manchester, UK
I think your site is terrific! I originally surfed in looking for a
commentary on St John's Gospel. I found an excellent commentary but also
very much more! I especially like the Christmas memories - I've always
enjoyed G. K. Chesterton too. Many thanks, will be back soon.
Paul Le Couteur Monday,
May 1, 2000
Fascinating, lived here all my life and never knew that we had two
boroughs within the town. We were looking for details about live within
the castle circa 1450 but struggled to get any interesting data. Maybe you
David Frank Saturday, April 22, 2000
Forest Lake, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Hi Angie. Glen and I are staying with Nick for 10 days, We wish you all a
happy and holy Easter. We hope to see you next year so make sure that the
weather is warm. We all send our love and best wishes.
John Puxty Friday, April 14, 2000
Ilkeston, Derbyshire, UK
I have recently moved to Ilkeston from Leeds and was interested to see
which churches in the area were on the Internet. I am very impressed by
your site. My fiançée and I are planning on attending your Taizé
service this coming Sunday.
Nanette Smith (email@example.com)
Friday, April 7, 2000
What a great website! Could you tell me whether there is a place in
England called St Alwyn's? My ancestor Thomas Packer was born there, and I
don't know whether it is a place or a church. I would be pleased to
receive any info which you might have. Thanks, Nanette.
Carola Warner Thursday, April 6, 2000
I visited your beautiful church last year with my mother-in-law, Desiree
Warner - one of your parishioners. Best wishes to you all from New
Jon Richards Tuesday, April 4, 2000
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
Greetings from Christ United Methodist Church, Fort Collins, Colorado.
You've a lovely Web site, and from what I can see a good church building
Ron Pearson Thursday, March 30, 2000
Darlington, County Durham, UK
Used to live in Arnold. Curiosity drew me to your site. Very exciting,
especially the Real music and singing. Congratulations on a super website.
Geoff Colson Thursday, March 30, 2000
I had a very early and unexpected contact with St Peter's. When I was six
(1928) my father for some reason ran his motor-bike and sidecar, with me
aboard, up the front steps. This cost me my two front teeth, and an
abiding distrust of motor-bikes. I hope to revisit the scene at the end of
the year. Congratulations on the quality of Claves Regni; it makes St.
Paul's, Manuka's pew sheet look very thin.
The Rev. R. Raymond Moore Monday, March 27, 2000
Christ Episcopal Church, Big Stone Gap, Virginia, USA
A wonderful site. Your history is overpowering when I think of our 108
year old church building and the pride we take at its being on the
National Historic Registry. It was fun to visit your lovely church home.
Some day my wife and I will visit St Peter's in person. My only criticism
is that I did not see pictures of individuals.
Alistaire Winfield Thursday, March 23, 2000
San Antonio, Texas, USA
Saturday, March 18, 2000
North Carolina, USA
I was given a Bible with info. in it - St Peter’s Church, Tiverton,
Devonshire, England - and the dates of birth and death of my great great
grandfather and mother. I would like to locate this on a map so I can
visit someday. Thank you for any help you might be able to provide me. You
have a nice website!
Deborah Mason Wednesday, March 15, 2000
I came across your magazine while looking for information on the
church at Eakring. I was very impressed with both the quality of writing
and with the obvious affection and understanding you have for your
readers. It was a pleasure to read, and I've put it on my "favourites"
Katie Fahs Thursday, March 9, 2000
London, UK (via. Nottingham and USA)
Well, it is such a pleasure to see that St Peter's has such a wonderful
web site. Well done! We are actually using it for research as our 8-year
old Ginny has to do a project on a place she has lived, and Nottingham won
out over Cincinnati Ohio and London! We are currently printing out the
history pages. We miss St Peters a great deal -- after many attempts, we
have yet to find a real church home here in London. Best to Lesley,
Eileen, Lynn Miles and Mark and Christine Stevens. Again, congrats on such
a wonderful web site!!!
Frances Stockett Drake ("Robin") Friday, March 3, 2000
St Anne's Episcopal Church, Herndon, Virginia, USA
Thanks for a great site! As a chorister from way back and somewhat of a
liturgist now, I enjoyed both the RealPlayer files of music I have sung,
and the extensive articles.
Cliff McCawley Tuesday, February 29, 2000
Gloucester, Ottawa, Canada
I discovered this site through the web-site of St Matthew's Church in
Ottawa (Andrew Teague was a previous director of music). Claves Regni is a
wonderful site: interesting, entertaining, and so well designed and
managed. Thank you, and keep on "publishing".
Dawn Gilmore Wednesday, February 23, 2000
I am the director of vocal music at Village Christian High School and am
planning a choir tour for Jun 12-27. Would love to be able to sing in your
church. Is this a possibility? Are there any requirements?
Grady Lacy Monday, February 21, 2000
Valdosta, Georgia, USA
I've had the pleasure of meeting and talking with your new bishop several
times here in Valdosta, GA. (His sister and I are fellow parishioners at
Christ Episcopal Church.) I believe you to be very fortunate to have had
him sent to you. Also a lovely web page.
Jan Catalogna Tuesday, February 15, 2000
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
What a wonderful site! I have bookmarked it as a "favorite"
place and will return monthly. Thank you for all your hard work. My 6X
great grandparents Richard Burton and Elizabeth Wetherill of Lambley were
married at St Peter's in 1717. I'll be visiting Nottingham first weekend
in April - can't wait!
Susan Gore Gardner Thursday, February 10, 2000
near Atlanta, Georgia, USA
This is delightful, finding your web page after having visited your
gorgeous church in the spring of 1998! It was very soul-satisfying to
stand where so many have worshipped our Lord for so many years! As an
artist, the interior was especially fascinating to me. Please visit my web
page sometime and you can see a few of the English landscapes I created as
a result of my visit: http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Study/8279
I hope to visit you again some day!
Jack Richards Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 12:57:37
Stockport (but originally Derbyshire), UK
My RICHARDS ancestors were in the parish of OLD RADFORD from around 1800
to 1900. Radford St Peters was the church where they were baptised,
married and buried.
Mary Fleischman Thursday, January 27, 2000
New Hampshire, USA
Graham Baker Wednesday, January 26, 2000
I was searching for information on the Bluecoat school which my
grandfather attended. A very informative and interesting site.
Mrs. Alice Douberley Friday, January 14, 2000
Sebastian, Florida, USA
This is a wonderfully beautiful site! I'm so glad I've
found it. Someone there is very talented to be able to put all of
this on a computer.
Lawrence A. Plumlee Sunday, January 9, 2000
Ascension and St Agnes, Washington, D.C., USA
I found your website while trying to find the date for Candlemas in the
Christian sense. I discovered an excellent history and
interpretation of Candlemas, Lent, and Shrove Tuesday. Then I read
about your medieval church. How exciting to worship in such a
historic structure. I have bookmarked your website so that I may
continue to learn about the history of church holidays. Thank you!
Joni Kalós Thursday, January 6, 2000
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
This brings back many precious memories of Nottingham. Your web page is
wonderful! Thank you webmaster for a job well done! We used to live in
Nottingham. I wish to contact Rev. Lockhard and his wife of St Margarets
Church at Aspley. If anyone knows Ray & Gillian Lockhard would you
kindly pass my e-mail address on to them. Sincere thanks
Pastor Phil Martin Monday, December 27, 1999
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
You are probably aware that "The Church's One Foundation" is
part of a book written in 1866 by Samuel Stone titled Lyra Fidelium:
Twelve Hymns on the Twelve Articles of the Apostle's Creed. I have made the
entire work available on our church web site. Feel free to check it out and pass that info along to others who may be interested.
Pat Mason Sunday, December 26, 1999
Bulwell, Nottingham, UK
Tu Pac Shakur Wednesday, December 8, 1999
Crenshaw, California, USA
Jesus is da bomb.
Lucy James Tuesday, December 7, 1999
Littleton, Colorado, USA
I was surfing, looking for a hymn featured in a movie. Very much
enjoyed your site. Thank you.
Melissa & Jessica Evans Sunday, December 5, 1999
Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
I recently was surfing the web to find the Lyrics to a beautiful Christmas
hymn "In the Bleak Mid-Winter". This was one of the songs she
will perform with fellow band students at her high school here for the
Christmas Concert. I appreciated so much your information available for
us. She wanted so much to read the lyrics and was very happy to find them
Michelle Sunday, December 5, 1999
I'm engaged in dialogue with an email pal about poetry and we're
discussing Betjeman's Harvest Hymn. I couldn't remember who wrote We
Plough the fields and Scatter, so visited your site, via Ask Jeeves Search
Engine. The site is lovely and a joy to visit. Well done to
Rev Terry Orchard Wednesday, November 24, 1999
I enjoyed listening to your choir selections. You are welcome to visit my
links site http://www.surfssite.com
- hundreds of links - Christian, practical, trade and
international - under 40 topics [A-Z] designed to help Christians and
challenge spiritual seekers. Also four separate zones - food, kids, games,
genealogy - each having additional links.
Max Zambrana Wednesday, November 17, 1999
Sería bueno una versión de esta pagina en español
Maria Pavic Tuesday, November 16, 1999
Excellent site!!!!!! Has everything you are looking for!!!!
Tuesday, November 16, 1999
I am currently studing at Nottingham University and am undertaking a
project on renovation and the financing of renovation. Therefore I
wondered if you had the time to e-mail me on churches that are now
unoccupied and no longer in use in the Nottinghamshire area. I would
be most grateful as it would be of some help to me with my studies.
J A Stafford Saturday, November 13, 1999
St Margaret's, Bilsthorpe, Nottinghamshire, UK
A very informative web site Thank you.
Nigel Gold Thursday, November 11, 1999
Perth, Western Australia
Nottingham Bluecoat Old Scholar (1969-76)
Bill Poniatowski Friday, November 5, 1999
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Hello; I was surfing and came across your church web site. If it
is not out of order, I would like to request some prayer intentions. I am
requesting prayer for financial stability, so that I may pay my debts and
taxes. I am also requesting prayer for help in finding a part-time
job, preferably one I can do at home on the computer. Perhaps most
important, I request prayer that I may come to know God again and have
faith in Him.
Rev. Phillip Ayers Friday, November 5, 1999
Portland, Oregon, USA
What fun cyberspace is! Good to get your website via the Church
Times (online). I used to subscribe, but ran out of money! I'm
an incurable Anglophile and have been in England four times: 1979, 1981 (a
sabbatical-leave from my then-parish, doing an exchange in Shropshire with
my family); 1984 (Iona and Scotland, mainly); 1997 (partly to look into
working in the Church of England, if it would be "in the cards."
It wasn't!) Still I love things English and your parish looks like a live
one to me. Thanks for making it known. God bless!
Eileen Foster Friday, November 5, 1999
I receive St Peter's Magazine monthly but still enjoy your on-line link.
As Parish Secretary for several years until emigrating in 1990 I find the
web site a great link with home and St Peter's.
Dominic and Marie-Claire Tuesday, November 2, 1999
Greetings from Canada. After a very hectic summer working and rushing
around the country seeing family and friends we have finally arrived in
Vancouver Canada. We are slowly beginning to explore the local Anglican
churches which appear to reflect the diversity of worship and faith that
you come to expect from the Anglican Communion. When the rest of our
belongings arrive next month we will have something permanent to remind us
of St Peters, a church bench. Which Dominic always found to be an
unexpected cure for insomnia, only when that Lesley Morley was preaching
of course. :-)
Hope the search for the new rector is progressing... Love and Prayers
Erika Baker Sunday, October 31, 1999
Ightham, Kent, UK
I stumbled across your webpage by accident and have spent a wonderful
40 minutes here. I have a friend whose baby died this year and whose
father in law was buried 3 days ago - and I found just the right prayer
for her on your site. THANK YOU!
I've read Eileen McLean's many contributions and am very impressed!
I will certainly direct friends to this site. God bless.
Rev'd Mark Soady (Team Vicar) Friday, October 29, 1999
Tenby, Dyfed, Wales, UK
Robert Legg (Archdeacon of Hobart) Friday, October 29, 1999
Kingston, Tasmania, Australia
What a marvellous on-line magazine and home page. Very Well Done!
Rev. Chris Reaney Tuesday, October 26, 1999
St Matthew's, Treorchy, South Wales, UK
I found your wonderful website via your advert for a Rector in the Church
Times!! I am green with envy and hope to return often! Every blessing on
your search for a new Incumbent.
Mary Portway Saturday, October 2, 1999
Epping, Essex, UK
Rita Chesterton Friday, September 24, 1999
Lambertville, New Jersey, USA
So nice to find this site. The Church is stunningly beautiful. Wish I had
visited when in Nottingham in April '99. My great-grandmother Julia
Garratt was christened at St Peter's 29 Sept,1867. I'd love to have a
copy of the record!
Helen Godfrey Wednesday, September 22, 1999
Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire, UK
The Southwell Theatre Club that will be contributing to the Millennium
celebrations at Southwell Minster now have a website www.bendigo.demon.co.uk. We
have a page talking about the play and Peter Spafford. We would be
extremely grateful for a link to our website on your page.
Allen Wayte Tuesday, September 14, 1999
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
I know Andrew Teague from his days in Ottawa. I was at St Peter's Brockville, Ontario. Please pass on my greetings.
Vince Conklin Monday, September 13, 1999
Richmond, Virginia, USA
Thank you for a very enjoyable page. My ancestors, the original Conklins
to come to the US were John and Ananias Conklin. Both men were glass
makers, lived in Nottingham c. 1635-1640, were married in St Peter's Church,
and probably worked at Wollaton. I hope to visit Nottingham this year to
search local history books and documents for detailed information on their
Rachel Mason Saturday, August 28, 1999
Very good web site... I'm trying to persuade our vicar to take advantage
of the Age of Technology. So far, we've got a virtual address book of
church members (St Andrews, Poolbrook).
Julie Hales Wednesday, August 18, 1999
Terrace, British Columbia, Canada
I am enjoying your web site. Your articles, services and especially the
audio music. Nottingham is my birth place and Terrace is where I learn
about the Anglican church. It is comforting to know that where ever people
live we are united by our belief in Jesus Christ our Saviour.
Hal Province Wednesday, August 18, 1999
Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA
Karen Dyson Wednesday, August 11, 1999
Rob Edlin-White Saturday, August 7, 1999
Carlton, Nottingham, UK
Great to see the church is doing so many things so well; not least
providing a wonderful web site.
Betty Burrows Friday, August 6, 1999
Brian Wood Saturday, July 31, 1999
Prestbury, Cheltenham, UK
(Christ Church, Harrogate) has a link to your site as something to which
he wishes to aspire. I couldn't resist a peep, and YES, it's a splendid
site. Well done. I'm trying to build a site for St
Mary's and St Nicolas' churches in Prestbury, Cheltenham and see I
have a long way to go. I hope you don't mind but I will place your site in
my soon-to-be-created page of links.
John & Shirley Kember Friday, July 30, 1999
Christchurch, New Zealand
Thanks, what a great site. We hope to be living with you for 12 months
Sept 99. We are also Bass and Alto with very good choir here. Will be in
Katharine Boren Wednesday, July 28, 1999
Lafayette, California, USA
I very much enjoyed your website. In fact, I sent the address to my father
who will undoubtedly listen to each of your music selections. The reason I
found your website is that I was searching for Nottingham plus photos due
to the fact that our new neighbor's parents are visiting from Nottingham.
I had no idea it was such a beautiful city. I learned a lot of the history
of the area. Thank you for sharing so much. If I lived there, I would
certainly be at each coffee concert on Saturday mornings.
Libby Le Bihan Tuesday, July 27, 1999
All Saints Benhilton, Sutton, Surrey, UK
What a wonderful choristers confessional. Do you mind if I adapt it for
our female choir mistress? I would like to put it up on the vestry door.
Revd. John Waddington-Feather Friday, July 23, 1999
A fine website, especially the section on hymns. You might like to download ours for new
Christian hymns, poems and church music. http://www.waddysweb.com
Lizzie Huckle Wednesday, July 14, 1999
Just wanted to see my Dad, Wally, on the Web! I love the Website - I think it is
brilliant. Please send my love to Wally and a big "hello!" to everyone else!
Kathleen Lilian Nock Tuesday, July 13, 1999
Perth, Western Australia
Gloria Rea Thursday, July 1, 1999
Really good site - lots of interest. I shall add your site to ours http://www.stchcathedral.com.bh
Richard Messingham Tuesday, June 29, 1999
Egham Surrey and Aberystwyth, Mid-Wales, UK
I am fascinated by this Church. I myself am a Evangelical Anglican, who finds
understanding St Peter's a little difficult. I see you have a liberal outlook, but then
some of the activities you do seem almost to be evangelical such as healing and
outreach/mission. I would be further delighted if you could give me more information as to
the whole Theological standing of St Peter's.
This comment has provoked some discussion among the staff at
who point out that the Anglican Church bases its belief on Scripture, Tradition and
Reason. While the Catholic branch emphasises Tradition and the Evangelical branch
emphasises Scripture, we would like to think that the Liberal branch emphasises Reason. Of
course, this is not to say that Evangelicals are unreasonable or that Liberals don't read
the scriptures; it is just a difference in emphasis.
Steve Hayward Monday, June 28, 1999
Wonderful site, keep up the good work!
lan Pillinger Sunday, June 27, 1999
Nottingham - the World
I am an old Nottingham boy, living in the south of France. Your page has given me great
pleasure as I was once a choir boy in Nottingham, a voice like an angel, but a little
devil! I was educated at Henry Mellish in Bulwell and am sad to see how that school has
gone down. I have travelled a large part of the world and learnt compassion for all
people. Keep your good work up.
The Revd Thomas Weller Friday, June 18, 1999
What a perfectly wonderful site. I shall return often.
Nigel Kenyon Jones Tuesday, June 15, 1999
What a great web site! Very impressed.
Gregory Brown Monday, June 14, 1999
Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
I lifted your St Peter's sermon for a bible study lesson. Thank you for a beautiful web
page, and some inspiration. Blessings to you.
Andrew Bruce Saturday, June 12, 1999
Bishop's Stortford College, UK
I thoroughly enjoyed visiting your site - very interesting.
Sharon Wutzke Friday, June 4, 1999
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
I am doing research on my family history, so far all the Fawcett family were baptised or
christened in St Peter's Church.
Mark Cowells Wednesday, June 2, 1999
Looking for family tree. Will be in Europe this Fall.
Pete Davis Monday, May 31, 1999
Daphne, Alabama, USA (eastern shore of Mobile Bay)
Delighted with your page, especially the music and audio display of your choir and organ.
I am an Anglican and invite you to visit my home page where I maintain a daily lectionary
using the "New American Bible." The URL is http://www.dibbs.net/~olegoat/. I shall return
often to your page for more of your music. Thank you for a pleasant visit.
William B. Starling, Jr. Wednesday, May 26, 1999
Burgaw, North Carolina, USA
Your site is wonderful. Please keep up the good (Godly) work.
Jo-Ann Adams Saturday, May 22, 1999
Bathurst, NSW, Australia
What a great web site! I used to sing in a cathedral choir in London and greatly miss the
Matins and Evensong which we sang every Sunday. It's great to read up on what your Choir
Elena Smirnova Wednesday, May 19, 1999
From St.Petersburg Choir Community. Ladies and Gentlemen, we are a St.Petersburg choir (
vocal ensemble ) and visit this autumn the UK. As one of our recitals takes place in your
area we would like to ask you for help in promoting this event in your region and
including this concert of the Russian church music performed a capella.
Megan Chelton Meyer Wednesday, May 5, 1999
Albany, Oregon, USA
I have just learned that I will be studying at Nottingham Trent next spring
through Linfield College in Oregon. As a young member of the Episcopal Church, I have
begun to look into churches to attend while I am in Nottingham and came across your
marvellous site. I look forward to visiting and worshipping with you some time next
Peter Muller Saturday, May 1, 1999
What a great pleasure it is to visit your site on the first of every month and
find without fail the intelligent, thoughtful and inspiring words of St Peter's
and community. It is always a particular treat for the mind and soul to read Eileen
McLean's essays and sermons. Thank you all.
E. Polzien Monday, April 26, 1999
Gladwin, Michigan, USA
What a wonderful website! I co-host an interfaith discussion board elsewhere on the Net,
and I frequently refer our readership to St Peter's. P.S. I especially enjoy the audio
clips of sacred music. :-)
Randal Overstreet Sunday, April 25, 1999
Tupelo, Mississippi, USA
What a wonderful website!!! I have found the articles refreshing, the format easy, and as a
chorister, the music superb. This a great resource for people all over the world and I
hope to draw inspiration from your efforts as our parish works on its site.
The Rev. Richard W. Murphy Saturday, April 24, 1999
St Bede's Episcopal Church, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Susan Paisley Thursday, April 22, 1999
Seattle, Washington, USA
How wonderful to see this tour on line. I was born in Basford, raised and married in
Gedling and spent many Thursday nights ringing the tower bells at St Peters. One of the
windows was given in memory of my great uncle Wilfred Whittington in 1978, so I have a lot
of memories there. It's really great to know I have a spiritual contact on the Web.
Chris and Jackie Coleman Thursday, April 22, 1999
We were amazed at the magnificent achievement of John Lord. 60 years is
tremendous and a target for any young member. Congratulations John.
Mark B. A. Cappetta Wednesday, April 21, 1999
San Mateo, California, USA
Outstanding website!!! So thorough and encompassing, with vast information for the avid
web surfer. My Partner and I send warmest Eastertide Greetings from the Unitarian
Universalist Church of San Mateo, CA (22 miles South of San Francisco)!
Father Terry White Tuesday, April 20, 1999
Highland Park, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Exquisite site! Heard of you from Anglicans Online. Worked on my May newsletter article
while listening to Stanford and Tallis. My theme for the article is being in two places at
once, and I certainly experienced that while hearing your choir. Thanks to all of you who
make this gift possible. A joyous Eastertide to you.
Kevin Bothwell Monday, April 19, 1999
Trinity College (Divinity), Toronto, Canada
Your site was featured at Anglicans Online this week so here I sit writing my theological
reflections for the week listening to your lovely choir. The richness of the net never
ceases to amaze me. Thank you for your gift of music and for providing such a wonderful
presence for the church on-line.
Helen Muir Friday, April 16, 1999
Your city is very beautiful. Would love to visit it someday. Thank you for the
Kevin Harper OSD Thursday, April 15, 1999
This is a very well put together site. The Admin ministry team which I lead @
Holy Trinity, Williamstown is looking at putting a web page together. This is a real
Alan Gardner Wednesday, April 14, 1999
Church Aston, Shropshire, UK
Wow! What a superb site! All praise to you and the team, in glorifying His name this way.
Paul Branum Wednesday, April 14, 1999
San Diego, California, USA
I very much enjoyed the history behind the hymns. As a Christian in the US, our churches
are just beginning to rediscover the reverent beauty of the older hymns and their
doctrinal purity in lifting our focus from these worldly troubles to our gracious Lord.
Thank you and God bless you all.
Anne Varley Monday, April 12, 1999
New Jersey, USA
This is the only way I can see my brother, and I also find very interesting the
history of Nottingham and the caves.
Judith Reynolds Wednesday, April 7, 1999
Ottery St Mary, Devon, UK
Thanks for the information on Hymn tune "Hyfrydol" from your website.
It is being forwarded to a Japanese friend who is recording the tune on Handbells for a
Charles J. Fickey Sunday, April 4, 1999
St Michael's Lutheran Church, New Canaan, Connecticut, USA
This is a nice site. I came to it when I was trying to find out when Lent ends.
It is nice to see this information on the internet.
Danny Odum Monday, March 29, 1999
Denver, Colorado, USA
I am trying to locate a complete list of Hymns that were written by Samuel Medley. If you
could please direct me to a contact to find out more about him.
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