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Three into One does go.

(Isaiah 40, 12-17, 27-31; 2 Cor 13, 11-13;Matthew 28, 16-20)   In an edition of The Reader magazine several years back there was a page of suggestions to help the unfortunate ones among us who have been assigned to preach today, Trinity Sunday, … Continue reading

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Don’t be Afraid.

( 1 Kings 19, 9-18; Romans 10, 5-15; Matthew 14, 22-33) I spent all of the early part of my childhood living near the sea. My mother was also brought up at the sea side, and we spent our holidays with … 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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“You have no Bucket”

( John 4, 5-42)     It’s one of those situations you dread, isn’t it? You pop out on a domestic errand, in a hurry, perhaps, or feeling low, so you deliberately choose a time when nobody much is about … Continue reading

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