Monthly Archives: August 2015

Escaping the ‘Finger-pointing’ God

(James 1, 17- end. Mark 7, 1-8,14-15, 21-23)   How do you imagine God? When you worship, when you pray, what picture do you have in your mind of the Being you are addressing? I have spoken before about a … Continue reading

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The Bread Man.

  (Readings John 6, 56 – 69)   Preparing for today’s service has felt a bit like watching one of those endless Hollywood sequel films – you know the sort of thing – Jaws lll and Police Academy VI. I … Continue reading

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Real Bread

(Eph. 5, 15-20; John 6, 51-58) Today we come to week four of the lectionary readings from Chapter 6 of John’s Gospel, which contain the story of the Feeding of the 5000, and the reflections on them by the gospel … Continue reading

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The Gift of Bread

(Exodus 16, 2-4 & 9-15; Ephesians 4,1-16; John 6,24-35) If you invited me to dinner, and I turned up on your doorsteps with a loaf of bread as a gift, rather than the customary flowers, or wine, or box of … Continue reading

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