A picture from the close of World War II to mark Remembrance Day.
At All Soul’s tide a picture of an empty chair is a window into both loss and hope.
This week the Bishop is in Connecticut, where this picture of women defeating a patriarchal enemy caught her eye.
A picture today to encourage close attention to the present moment.
A beautiful picture of women labourers has the purpose of reminding us of the low pay most of the world’s farm workers receive.
As we celebrate harvest a picture to invite us to be thankful.
In the week of Michaelmas, a picture of an angel blowing a trumpet warning to us all.
On the day the UN Climate Summit meets in New York, a picture to encourage you to pray.
On St Ninian’s day, a picture of a holy place that has long carried his name.
A picture to encourage prayer for parliament.
A picture concerned with the experience of holding the hand of another.
Today a picture of worship which is like jazz.
This week an easy conversation between women, to encourage thankfulness for companionship.
A picture to encourage the viewer to recycle clothing.
Today a picture to encourage reflection on a parable told by Jesus.
This week we celebrate friendship with a picture of Jesus with his friends.
Today a picture that depicts the moment before Mary turns to Christ, and is the first witness to the resurrection.
A nun who sits and prays is a visual invitation to make an inner journey.
This week a lovely picture about the joy of writing.
Today a picture that illustrates how a simple church has become a house of prayer.
A picture of woman busy around a special birth hints of the death of John the Baptist
A picture today of hard working women.
Today a picture which captures the fleeting nature of life, so dependent on God’s breath.
As we pray ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ a picture about those actively seeking a safe and just future.
We begin this week with three ‘rogation days’, so an image from a time when many walked the land to pray for God’s blessing.
Picturing Prayer is a regular weekly post from Bishop Anne which uses art to inspire us in prayer.
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