Monthly Archives: January 2014

Seeing the Light

Isaiah 9, 1-4; Matthew 4, 12-23. It’s a common saying that people have ‘seen the light’.   Our readings today are linked by a prophecy from Isaiah that people who are in darkness have ‘seen a great light’. The people … Continue reading

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Christians United!

Sermon for Epiphany 2 and Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (and World Religions Day) (Isaiah 49, 1-7; 1 Cor. 1, 1-9;  John 1, 29-42.) This week is The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The week always begins on the … Continue reading

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Epiphany – Birth or death?

(Isaiah 60.1-6; Matthew 2, 1-12 & 16-18) “A cold coming we had of it; just the worst time of the year for a journey”. The opening lines of perhaps the best-known poem about the Epiphany, T.S. Eliot’s ‘Journey of the … Continue reading

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