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What Can I Do? – Sermon from 13th December ’15

  This week’s Advent theme is judgement. John the Baptist preaches repentance, a change of mind and a change of behaviour.  Repentance demands that we continually judge what is worthy and what is unworthy in our own lives – in … Continue reading

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Five Parables of the Kingdom

If you were to ask almost anyone familiar with the Christian story what was at the heart of Jesus’ message, he or she would be likely to reply ‘the kingdom of God’ or, as Matthew describes it, ‘the kingdom of … Continue reading

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‘Things We’d Rather Not think About …’ A fresh look at traditional Advent themes

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THINGS WE’D RATHER NOT THINK ABOUT was the title of a series of Sunday 10 am sermons and 6 pm led reflective evenings which took a fresh look at the traditional Advent themes: death, judgement, dying, heaven & hell. The resources produced for the evening reflections are available to download below. Continue reading

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‘It is appointed for mortals to die once, and after that judgement.’ Heb 9.27 Not very long ago I watched an episode of ‘Who do you think you are?’ – it’s a programme about ancestry, which features the family tree … Continue reading

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