Category Archives: Sunday Sermon

Trinity 12: On Holy Ground

Moses, the baby who survived the murderous intentions of the Pharoah, and was instead raised as a prince in the Pharoah’s palace, has grown up. Much has happened since we last saw him being pulled out of the water, and … Continue reading

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St Peter’s Day

This week has seen the 20th anniversary of the publication of the first Harry Potter book: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. There is a twist in the long plot of Harry Potter (SPOILERS!) where it is discovered that Harry … Continue reading

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Ordinary 1: Being Hospitable to Holiness

I love the story of Sarah and Abraham’s holy visitors: Abraham is so delighted to see these guests that he throws off all sense of dignity and runs to meet them, Sarah hides as is befitting of the social gender … Continue reading

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Pentecost Sunday

We have a guest blogger today: Stephen Baldock preached at Nether Wallop this morning and this is what he had to share, thank you Stephen: The sequence of the church’s year invites us to go on a personal pilgrimage. The … Continue reading

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Easter 7: Glorify Your Name

This week has seen the celebrations of Ascension Day – ‘Our eyes have seen the glory’ we sang as we climbed the nearest hill-fort to remember Jesus and his return to heaven, ‘Glory, glory, Alleluiah’. But this week has also … Continue reading

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Easter 6: Promises, promises.

Election fever has hit the UK – polling cards have already been pushed through letterboxes and party campaigners can be seen delivering leaflets outlining manifesto promises. Although there is a desire to believe that each party really does want the best … Continue reading

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Easter 5: All Back to Mine

I don’t know if you remember the moment at the end of the first wedding in Four Weddings and a Funeral when the jolly nice Tom invites everyone back to his house: The motley crew of well to dos whom we assume … Continue reading

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