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Jesus’ eucharistic heritage

We arrive at our third and final sermon on the Eucharist and on what it means for us to be a eucharistic community, inspired by Jesus’ kingdom vision, seeking to embody his risen life. So far we’ve discovered how food, … Continue reading

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Jesus’ eucharistic ministry

This is the second of three sermons on the Eucharist and on what it means for us to be a eucharistic community, inspired by Jesus’ kingdom vision, seeking to embody his risen life. In the first one, we discovered how … Continue reading

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A Theology of Food

This is the first of three sermons I hope to preach over the next few weeks on the Eucharist – its meanings and role within the life of our church community. I offer them to help us reflect both on … Continue reading

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Rooted in Jesus Christ, fruitful in his service

From what we can gather, Jesus enjoyed his wine.  In fact, he earned a reputation for being a bit of quaffer (Matt 11.19/Luke 7.34) which is surprising given that, then as now, it was a relatively expensive product.  Although equally, … Continue reading

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Divisions at the Lord’s Supper

‘Do this in remembrance of me.’ Was ever another command so obeyed? For century after century, spreading slowly to every continent and country and among every race on earth, this action has been done, in every conceivable human circumstance, for … Continue reading

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