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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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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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Surprise!

(Acts 10, 34-43; Mark 16,1-8.)   I wonder what is your favourite sort of Easter egg? Do you like large eggs or small? Dark chocolate or milk? Do you just like chocolate, or do you also like the cream filling … Continue reading

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