The Rev. Dr. Hilary Oxford Smith

25 April 2016

The Rev. Dr. Hilary Oxford Smith
  • 22 September 2016

    These are interim times. So much seems withheld. Where can we put our trust? How can we endure and at the same time, transfigure our perceptions to discern and re-discover the beauty, the joy and the goodness at the heart of creation and born of God? more»
    Equinox Tales
  • 9 June 2016

    Pale sand
    jewelled with green chalcedony.
    Shells of pink
    patterned with footsteps of time.
    Irish Lady's Tresses,
    Orchids and Yellow Rattle
    carpet the greening machair. more»
  • 25 April 2016

    The sun is setting on Assynt, in the North West corner of Scotland. Orange light warms a cold April... more»
  • 20 January 2016

    An Epiphany sun shone for an hour or so today. And my eye was drawn to wandering dolphins and orcas in the Firth and a weather-beaten fisherman hauling lobster creels onto his rusty fishing boat. There aren't many lobsters about at the moment. The gourmands, dining in London restaurants, will have to do with monkfish. more»
    Two Halves of the Moon