It has been suggested to us that we have, over the last few weeks, focussed possibly too much on the worlds of finance, the press and politics than is necessary for a religious community. And, on balance, I am prepared to accept Iain Duncan Smith's view that the church should leave politics to those quiet men who know what they are doing.
Anyway. This afternoon's traditional Swiss worship (with yodeling) will be in the Barclay Room, where we will be considering the Lenten theme of being called to account. And the Sark-style Feast of Non-Registration of Financials will be in the newly-renamed HSBC Moot House. Should be quite an event.