Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Chairs and Dr David Cook

Someone once told me the most important lesson when you become curate is how to put out chairs so that:
  1. there are enough, but not too many, chairs in a user-friendly layout
  2. the seating is accessible and everyone can see what they need to
  3. you don't do your back in.
Good advice, and useful, as we had to get chapel ready quickly today for a local school's event featuring Dr David Cook leading a PSHE session on medical ethics. Looked really good, and I wished I could stay. Pastoral stuff, planning, admin and a hardship fund meeting filled my day instead.

Just off to a rehearsal and a farewell drink with some final-year students.
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