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Isaiah, Trust and vocation

Isaiah lived through a turbulent time of Jewish history, though most Jewish history has been turbulent. He lived in Jerusalem and was called to be a prophet in the year that King was I died in 739 BC when he … Continue reading

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Death

This is the first sermon in our series on ‘Things we would rather not think about.’  It is concerned with death, one of society’s remaining taboos.  And because death is a reality affecting us personally, both in terms of experiencing … Continue reading

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Caesarea Philippi

When did those first disciples of Jesus begin to realise that there was something, not just special, but very special about him.  There must always have been something special about him to persuade the Twelve to follow him in the … Continue reading

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Hungry for faith?

We’re launching the Church website today, and you’ll see that my profile says that I am “tolerant” – I have to say that this week I have felt rather less so, maybe I should be tagged as the “Intolerant Preacher”! … Continue reading

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