14th Apr 2019
The Path from Bethany

One of the joys about visiting the Holy Land is that the memories stay with you, I can remember standing at the end of the footpath in Bethany and wondering how it would feel for me, walking this very path that our Lord trod. Contrary to the expectations of the Pharisees and teachers, Jesus, The…

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17th Mar 2019
99p Jesus

I can’t even remember what I was in the shop for… I’m not a great browser of charity shops. I tend to go in when I’m hunting for something specific… usually for Messy Church or some other church activity… so I guess that’s why I was there in the first place. Just glancing along the…

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3rd Mar 2019
Listen to God

In the reading from Corinthians Paul is not dwelling on Moses as a person, but rather on the fact that he had to be veiled when in the company of people, he could only be truly visible to God. Paul interpreted this as meaning that to be able to truly understand the old covenant, the…

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24th Feb 2019
His Direction of Travel

Dear Father Andrew, I am sure you would like to join us in a great fundraising initiative in support of local charities. On Bank Holiday Monday, I would like to invite you to join with other community leaders in walking barefoot over hot coals to help us raise some money for deserving causes. I said…

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27th Jan 2019
The Parting of the Ways

When will I see you again? When will our hearts beat together? Are we in love or just friends? Is this my beginning – or is this the end? When will I see you again? Those of you of a certain age or romantic disposition will recognise these words from a chart topping hit from…

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20th Jan 2019
One Church, One faith, One Lord

Having been bought up in a fairly musical family with hymn singing being at the forefront of things, it is hard for me when I read Ephesians 4 not to think of that wondrous hymn by E H Plumptre Thy hand O God has Guided. The end refrain talked directly from Ephesians 4 verse 5…

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13th Jan 2019
The Baptism of Christ

I think one of the surprising things about Jesus’ baptism is that there is only a very short account in Luke’s Gospel. Apart from hearing that John knew who Jesus was and really couldn’t therefore imagine that he was the person who could baptise him, that is nearly the whole story. We do all know…

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25th Nov 2018
Christ Is King

Today is the last Sunday in the church’s year, next Sunday is Advent when we prepare ourselves to welcome the infant Jesus, but today we look back on all we have learned during the last year and proclaim the fact that we truly know That Jesus Christ is King. A face which the Jewish people…

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