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- Sermon for Sunday 20th November from Rev Jane RichardsLuke 23 33-43 Col. 1: 11-20 Having spent most of my adult life working in healthcare, both in secular positions and latterly as a chaplain, I am somewhat unused to being on the other side of the bed so to speak! These last few weeks have given me a new perspective on what it means Continue Reading →
- Sermon from Sunday 6th November from Rev Trudy ArnoldLuke 20: 27-38 I love a quiz – I’m not necessarily very good at them but I enjoy them. I watch a fair few on the tv – my favourite at the moment is The Chase. For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about – basically four contestants try to beat one of Continue Reading →
- Sermon from Sunday 30th October from Rev Jane RichardsLuke 6 20 -31 This morning’s passage from the Gospel shows marked similarities to the more famous Sermon on the Mount which features in Matthew’s Gospel. Once again Jesus is speaking to a large group of people, many of whom have heard about this man who can cure all sorts of ills and have travelled Continue Reading →
- Sermon from Sunday 9th October – Rev Jane RichardsJohn 6 25-35 Our Old Testament reading this morning is a description of what was perhaps the very first Harvest Festival. The Israelites are being reminded of all the good things that God has done for them in bringing them to the land of milk and honey, the promised land. They are being instructed as Continue Reading →
- Sermon from Sunday 18th September from Phil HorscroftJohn 3: 13-17 Lord God, merciful Father, maker of all that is seen and unseen, may the words of my mouth be from my heart and may they be acceptable in your sight and fruitful for those who hear. Amen. For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He even gave up Continue Reading →
- Sermon from Sunday 21st August from Rev Jane RichardsLuke 13. 10- 17 Are you a rule maker or a rule breaker? Does the phrase “due to health & safety regulations” fill you with a sense of relief that any risk has been diminished or a sense of frustration that your fun may be spoiled. Over the past couple of years, the world Continue Reading →