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Resurrection – word for word!

Sermon for Easter Sunday 2017  Acts 10, 34-43; Matthew 28, 1-10   Easter, like Christmas, is a Christian festival, and occasionally the media remember that, and publish a story that has to do with religious belief, rather than about bunnies … Continue reading

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In Christ there is no ‘Them’ and ‘Us’

(Gal.3, 23-29; Luke 8, 26-39 On Tuesday last week, I took a primary school assembly, and these were my visual aids: Stan, the banana and Olly the orange. I used them to tell the story of the Good Samaritan.   … Continue reading

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Doubting Thomas?

  (John 20, 19-31. Easter 2, Yr C) How do you feel about the apostle Thomas, whose story we have just heard from the Gospel according to John? Do you identify with him? Or do you condemn him, as the … Continue reading

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The Resurrection

(Acts 3, 12-19; Luke 24, 36-48)   Around Easter time, some of the newspapers remember it’s actually a Christian festival, and run a story which relates to faith or the Church. Several years ago, on Good Friday, The Times reported … Continue reading

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