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All Manner of Things Shall be Well

(Romans 8, 18 – 25; Matthew 6, 25-34)   After the Thanksgiving for Marriage service  last Sunday afternoon, I was talking with a young woman who had given birth relatively recently, and another older woman. As often happens when mothers … Continue reading

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Christmas in the Real World…

Hebrews 2, 10-18; Matthew 2,13-23   On Christmas Eve at Midnight we were with John the Divine, contemplating the mystery of the Incarnation, the Word made flesh, the light that shines in the darkness.   On Christmas morning we went … 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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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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