Monthly Archives: January 2015

Fishing

  (Mark 1, 14-20)   One of the great writers of the early church, called Tertullian, referred to the newly baptised as ‘little fishes’ who follow the Fish (with a capital F) our Lord Jesus Christ.   Our Gospel reading … Continue reading

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Who’s Calling?

(Revelation 5,1-10; John 1, 43-51) In the early 1980s, I was doing a job that was making me very unhappy. It was only part time, but it was stressful; my immediate superior was frequently unwell and I had to help … Continue reading

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Matthew – a nativity story for today

(Psalm 72, 1-15; Matthew 2, 1-18) If I were to begin this sermon by wishing you a Happy Christmas, I am sure that some of you would think me rather strange! The secular world has now moved on from Christmas: … Continue reading

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