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June 7, 2009

A Beautiful Day

Filed under: Uncategorized — Karen @ 3:39 pm

It’s the time of year when we are planning our next excursion to France, but looking back is a treat.

Here is a beautiful day from last year’s trip. The region is Ardeche in southeast France which is just west of the Rhone. It is one of our favorite places in France.

Our friend Jean, a resident of the area and a scholar, led us to two magnificent churches and some ruins and topped off by a wonderful dinner riverside in Vogue. Click below to see the photos from that memorable expedition.

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  1. There are differences of opoiinn in the more traditional Scottish Reformed circles on what to do in an non EP enviroment and I think personally it is best left up to the individual conscience whether or not to participate in hymn singing. Some refuse point blank to sing anything but a metrical psalm. Others will sing a hymn so long as it seems sound. There are others who won’t attend non EP congregations. Certainly, if one were thinking of settling in a non EP fellowship because no EP church was within reasonable distance then I do think the matter would need to be raised and attempts made at Reform. However one would have to be ultra sensitive and prepared not only to be patient but possibly unsuccessful. It would surely however not be too much to ask a pastor or Session to provide at least one metrical psalm per service!

    Comment by Trisha — November 14, 2015 @ 8:19 pm

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