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All we, like sheep……

(Acts 2, 42-47; 1 Peter 2, 19-end; John 10, 1-10)   If someone called you a sheep, how would you feel?   I suspect you would feel insulted. The usual adjective that goes with ‘sheep’ these days is ‘silly’ or … Continue reading

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Clear the Path for the Kingdom!

Photo © Copyright John Light and licensed for reuse under Creative Commons Licence.   (Advent 2. Yr. A. Is. 11, 1-10; Romans 15, 4-13; Matt. 3, 1-10)   Did you know that Hertfordshire has over 5000 footpaths, totalling almost 2000 … Continue reading

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Swimming with the Spirit.

Sermon for Pentecost. Acts 2,1-21; John 20, 19-23 I wonder if you’ve noticed how swimming pools have changed. When I was a child, they were fairly quiet places. Maybe the fact that a lot of them were in the open … Continue reading

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A voice in the wilderness

Advent 2. Yr B.     (Isaiah. 40, 1-11; Mark 1, 1-8)   My husband and I very often go to hear performances of Handel’s Messiah at this time of year. So as the Old Testament reading from Isaiah was being … Continue reading

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What can you see in a palm cross?

The cross is a very simple shape – the first shape a toddler draws and the shape a very sick or dying person makes to sign their name. But like all simple symbols, has a wealth of meaning. It is … Continue reading

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