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Hammond & Harper of London celebrate summer with short sleeve offer

We are pleased to announce the return of our special short sleeve offer, which will award you a 10% discount on all short sleeve clerical shirts this summer. As from today, our customers can save a little extra when they purchase any short sleeve clerical shirt from both our men’s and women’s range. So if […]

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Five technology tips for your Church

Until recently, I thought a tablet was just what my GP prescribed, and Twitter the sound that birds make in the morning. With lots of youngsters in the family though, I am becoming much more savvy with modern technology and also wise to the opportunities it offers for our churches. You may or may not […]

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Preparing for Priesthood

Ordination I remember as though it was yesterday, my fellow ordinands and I assembling nervously in the undercroft of the cathedral. The bishop, dean, senior clergy and vergers arrived and we moved, to glorious music in procession up the stairs and into the chancel. I couldn’t believe it but sitting there on the front row […]

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Priestly’s guide to officiating at a funeral

No 1 – Keep all phones on silent A young priest was, at short notice, called to a crematorium to conduct a funeral service. The crematorium was many miles away and since he had no sat-nav built into his car, he used his I-phone instead, listening to the audio directions as he drove. The priest […]

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Feefo award Hammond & Harper with Gold Trusted Merchant status

Hammond & Harper of London achieved Gold Trusted Merchant status after providing our customers with superb clerical wear and an excellent customer service in 2014. This award was presented to the business by Feefo, the independent feedback company, who collected hundreds of genuine customer reviews throughout 2014. Feefo confirmed that 98% of H&H customers left […]

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Church growth – to grow or not to grow

  Chocolate Biscuits Years ago, each village in our area had its own co-operative society, and each family had a unique membership number. The society used to pay a dividend in cash to the members twice a year, and in the summer, this dividend was often used by parents to buy their children new clothes […]

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