Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sermon – James 2:1-17 – 9th September – Trinity 14

As we read Scripture we should always remember two things. First of all that the passage we read is part of a longer book. The type of book will tell us something about the contents – for example, James is … Continue reading

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Sermon – Mark 7:1-8,14-15,21-23 – 2nd September – Trinity 13

Have you ever told a joke, only to be greeted by a row of blank stares? They didn’t get it! So what do you do, you begin to explain the joke, but as you do, it loses its humour. Jesus’ … Continue reading

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Sermon – Joshua 24:1-2a,14-18 – 26th August – Trinity 12

Have you ever been in trouble and someone has come to your aid? Perhaps you had a financial crisis and someone lent you money, or an illness and you needed help with domestic things, or a leaking roof or burst … Continue reading

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Sermon – John 6:51-58 – 19th August – Trinity 11

Are we nearly there yet? Are we nearly there yet? Are we nearly there YET…? I’m sure most of us are familiar with that phrase – particularly if we have ever taken children on a car journey longer than a … Continue reading

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Sermon – John 6:1-21 – 29th July 2012 (Healing Service & Eucharist)

This morning we begin a short diversion from readings Mark’s gospel. For the next 5 weeks our appointed gospel readings come from the 6th chapter of John’s gospel, readings which focus on Jesus’ reference the bread of life. This morning … Continue reading

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