Monthly Archives: July 2015

Feeding of the 5000.

(Ephesians 3, 14-21; John 6, 1-21) Do you think about food a lot? Are you already thinking about what you will be having for lunch today? If an alien were to come from another planet, and land in the North … Continue reading

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Take Time

(Ephesians 2, 11-22; Mark 6, 30-34 & 53-56) Do you like sandwiches? I like having them as a meal, because I don’t usually have to prepare them. Either we buy them, or my husband makes them, because his sandwiches are … Continue reading

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Storm Tossed

( 2 Cor 6,1-13. Mark 4 35 – 41 )  In the name of God, who was, and is, and is to come. Amen.   Sometimes the Church of England lectionary appears to play strange tricks with those who preach. … Continue reading

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Sent!

( Mark 6, 1-13) (Short reflection for Breakfast Church) In Mark’s account of Jesus’s ministry in Galilee, we hear how Jesus is decisively rejected the people of his home town.   But it doesn’t deter him. He simply moves on, … Continue reading

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