…and this site:
Once upon a time, this was a humble blog on a generic platform with very little creative flair or technical wizardry behind it. It was simply a place to share stories and random happenings with friends who were scattered across the globe. In many ways, little has changed – blog topics range from the ecclesiastical and political; to the trials and tribulations of London life; and musicals. There will always be musicals. However, for a while Liz has been frustrated by the state of her site and longed for something bigger, cleaner and more, well, professional. This is her attempt at such a thing. (With more than a little help from Andy Moore Creative Services – plug.)
Currently an ordinand at St Mellitus College, Liz is training for ordination in the Church of England. Having completed her BA in 2014, she is now studying a MA in Christian Leadership, prior to beginning a curacy in the summer of 2015. St Mellitus are so pleased to have her for an extra year that they’ve entrusted her with the care of some of the undergraduate students! In her spare time, she’s involved with a fabulous missional community known as Matryoshka Haus.
On the side, she does a bit of freelance research and writing (examples of this can be found here) having had a previous existence as a researcher and copy-writer. Should you be interested in acquiring her skills, you can contact her.
If you’re interested, you can learn 25 random pieces of information about Liz here. Over 7 years of blogging, she’s created a few series of posts:
- Friday is Friday Fun day. [Very original name.] A collection of vaguely amusing things to provide some light entertainment at the end of the working week.
- Throughout 2010, 2011 & 2012, she took note of everything she did for the first time.
- Since 2011, she’s chronicled Matryoshka Haus’ visits to Chateau Duffy.
- In moments of intensity and angst, she ponders the Eternal Problem.
- Since feeling a call to the priesthood, she’s been compiling an irreverent guide to becoming a reverend.
It goes without saying that this blog is best described as ‘eclectic’.