Guests in The Pulpit
Giving thanksCorpus Christi : 18 June 2017
Visiting us on Corpus Christi, Father James Harding looks at the Eucharist and thanksgiving.
Our human need for financial security seems at odds with the Christian call to generosity – and when you consider the lilies in the field, why do we bother? Our Visitor explains.
As guest celebrant and preacher for our 150th Anniversary Eucharist, Bishop Victoria Matthews, of Christchurch, looks at what really makes things last for 150 years – and longer.
Identity and AllegiancePatronal Festival : 28 June 2015
The guest preacher for our Patronal Festival this year considers who we are and who others think we are.
In his final visit during Our Vicar's absence, Mr Barker considers the insufficiencies of some of our (secular) Easter habits.
In a world with ’...magnificence on every hand...’, we so often fail to see it. What else do we fail to see?
We do make it difficult for ourselves. Mr Barker looks at how we might (or might not) do without endless rules and regulations.
Faith and witness can be tested in rather subtle ways in the modern world. Are we alert to them? And ready to respond as Christians?
A review of the nature of heroes and martyrs and secrets from Isiah to Snowden - and a question for us all.
’About 2,700 years ago Isaiah voiced his warning. About 2,000 years ago Jesus did the same. Today Archbishop Desmond adds this voice. If even the Rockefeller Foundation is listening we should be, too.’
Mr Barker skips through the ages and finds eternal wisdom.
The guest preacher at our Patronal Festival considers the good which can come from emulating Saint Peter.
On the day he visited Saint Peter’s for a confirmation service, the Bishop discusses the difference between faith and belief - and the part trust plays.
The guest preacher for our 2013 Patronal Festival, Rev. Jonathan Hicks, considers what the modern Christian can learn from Saint Peter.
Dr Harding visited us to preach at our Patronal Festival in 2012. He considers Our Patron’s life and the lessons we can learn from it.
"Let it not, then, be said of us ... ’[Y]ou are lukewarm ..’. Let it be said to us what Jesus said to Peter: ’[O]n this rock I will build my church’"
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