Today Rev Graham draws together the three readings showing how three different people were confronted by God to follow in faith.
Today Glynn considers how our everyday world and our approach to Lent need to be reconciled.
Today Revd Jan explores the importance of the presence of those witnesses to Jesus’s transfiguration on the mountain. TRANSFIGURATION OF THE LORD Year A – Exodus 24: 12-18; Psalm 2; 2 Peter 1: 16-21; Matthew 17: 1-9 Eye witnesses are really important for knowing what happened. Jesus takes three men up the mountain and they […]
Today Jonathon reflects on Jesus’ interpretation of the Law of Moses.
Today Neville explores the essential character of Jesus as reflected in the Sermon on the Mount.
Today Revd Jan reflects on that important revelation to Simeon when Jesus is brought for presentation at the temple.
In place of the usual sermon today Rev Jan welcomes and commissions Honorary Assistant Curate, the Rev’d. Jonathan Kemp, and formation student Glynn Holland-Leam, including an introductory chat with them about their values and hopes for their time with us. Photo: L-R Rev. Jonathan Kemp, Glynn Holland-Leam, Rev Jan Crombie
EPIPHANY 2, YEAR A Isaiah 49: 1-7; Psalm 40: 1-14; 1 Corinthians 1: 1-9; John 1: 29-42 I wonder if I should follow the strategy of Paul as he writes to the church in Corinth that we heard today… sweeten the church community up at the beginning of the letter-come-sermon, and then launch for the […]
On the celebration of Jesus’ Baptism in the River Jordan, Rachel invites us to reflect on our own baptism.
Isaiah 63: 7-9; Psalm 148; Hebrews 2: 10-18; Matthew 2: 13-23 Now it is a shame we can’t jump two weeks for the readings for today – on January 12 we will be celebrating the baptism of our Lord, Jesus Christ. It would have been so fitting for today as we celebrate the baptism of […]