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Sermon for Easter 5, Sunday 10 May 2020

Whatever lies in our future, as a nation and as a world, it is important that we celebrate the moment when one human folly was finally brought to a close – but we need to participate in that celebration in the light of today’s gospel reading…Continue readingSermon for Easter 5, Sunday 10 May 2020

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Sermon for Easter 4

This Sunday’s readings offer some wonderful images of the Christian life. The psalm and the gospel provide the comforting image of God caring for us as any good shepherd would care for his flock. In the reading from Acts we hear of that flock living out their Lord’s calling by sharing in prayer, teaching, fellowship and the sacred meal we were given at the Last Supper. These readings can help us channel our imaginations in the direction of true Christian commitment.Continue readingSermon for Easter 4

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Sermon for Easter 3

In these unprecedented times, we often feel like the two travellers on the road to Emmaus we hear about in today’s gospel reading – disillusioned, defeated, despondent. But what if ‘Jesus himself came near and went with them’ applies also to us?Continue readingSermon for Easter 3

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Sermon for Easter 2

‘Seeing is believing’ – but have you ever pondered exactly what the phrase means? …Continue readingSermon for Easter 2

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Sermon for Easter Day

Today we celebrate the glorious and triumphant resurrection of Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. And, today, we are once again faced with the challenge of asking ourselves: What does this amazing event mean to us as we live out our daily lives?Continue readingSermon for Easter Day

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Sermon for Palm Sunday

In recent days we have been encouraged to stand on our doorsteps and clap loudly. … We are saying ‘Thank you’ to those who, through their various occupations, put themselves in danger of contracting the Coronavirus in order that others might continue to live their lives with some dignity, and with some semblance of ‘normality’. On Palm Sunday we remember another moment when the crowds rushed out and loudly acclaimed the way in which someone lived out their life for the benefit of others. …Continue readingSermon for Palm Sunday