Monthly Archives: July 2018

Trinity 9: Perfect Picnicking

Welcome to the picnic! This Sunday is our bi-annual outdoor service. Britain is in the heart of a heatwave so how better to start Sunday worship than with breakfast by the brook? Bacon butties and other breakfast delicacies are served … Continue reading

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Trinity 8: Body, Mind, Spirit – Soul?

The twelve disciples return from their missionary adventures. They have worked hard and Jesus is pleased with them. They have ‘earned their wings’ and they are now referred to as Apostles. Jesus is also very much aware of their human … Continue reading

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Trinity 7: Even Half of my Kingdom

So, whilst the disciples are off on their holy adventures, Mark entertains us with a rather colourful and gory story. We haven’t heard much about John for a while: right back at the beginning of Mark’s account John was noted … Continue reading

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Trinity 6: Your mum is a……

A few week’s ago, we heard the story of Jesus’ mum and siblings believing that Jesus was deranged, and seeking to bring him home, trying to prevent him from further embarrassing the family name. Read more here. That story was … Continue reading

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Trinity 5: Woe is me.

This weekend I was relived of preaching duties due to attending a friend’s ordination in Canterbury Cathedral and then his first communion in his village church in Egerton. Both these were huge celebrations, but the Bible passages set for the … Continue reading

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