Monthly Archives: January 2015

Epiphany: The Conversion of Paul

I am a huge fan of CS Lewis’ Narnia Chronicles. One of my favourite moments comes from The Voyage of the Dawntreader when Eustace Scrubb, the unbearable cousin of Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter, who ‘almost deserved his name’ is turned … Continue reading

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Epiphany: Who, where, why?

For all sorts of reasons it’s been a busy week, and as I sit down to write these week’s sermon I am feeling drained. So I turn to Milton Jones’ little book of 10 Second Sermons: Hearing God’s voice is often … Continue reading

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Epiphany: my beloved child

The feast of Christmas is over, but the season isn’t, we have swung into Epiphany, the time when the birth of Jesus is unpacked and his true identity is revealed. Epiphany Sunday is when we realise just how important those gifts … Continue reading

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Epiphany or Twelfth Night? Celebrating with the Magi or packing Christmas away?

Epiphany seems to be a rather overlooked feast in our British culture. Originating in Ireland, in other cultures it’s known as Woman’s Christmas – the day when, as the festivities end, the woman who had done all the catering and … Continue reading

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