Monthly Archives: May 2012

Sermon – Acts 1:15-17, 21-26 – Easter 7 Year B – 20/5/12

One of the greatest challenges we all face is recognising the guiding hand of God, and responding to his direction. How do I know, you may well ask, if it is God guiding me, if I am following God’s will … Continue reading

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Some hymn reflections – Ascension Day Choral Festival

Hymns 683 & 687 (All people that on earth do dwell; Come let us praise the Lord) Both the Venite & the Jubilate are familiar to us as canticles from Morning Prayer, but of course both are psalms which originated … Continue reading

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Sermon – Luke 24.13-35 – EGV 2012

During Holy Week it was fascinating, and spiritually very rewarding, to work our way through John’s account of Jesus death and resurrection, section by section each day. Each gospel writer has a particular way in which he tells the story, … Continue reading

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Sermon – John 15:1-8 – Sunday 6th May 2012 (Easter 6)

You know me well enough now to know that I am no gardener. At my home in Donegal Mum has a rose-bed. When I was a child one of my chores from time to time was to weed the rose-bed, … Continue reading

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Another one of “those mornings”….

…its been another one of those mornings, mornings when I was tangibly aware of the presence of God with us in worship. There have been a lot of them lately. I don’t mean to imply that he’s not here every … Continue reading

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