As Holy Week approaches, Our Vicar looks at Our Lord’s earthly mission and how it altered at the cross.
Our guest preacher – a Saint’s parishioner – looks at the essences of motherhood, how they appear in all of us and are fundamental to the Church.
In a follow-up to last week’s sermon, Our Vicar looks into the Old Testament. How reliable is it? What does it really tell us?
Harvest Festival is an opportunity to consider the influence and risks of basing Church festivals on pre-Christian habits.
As Lent gets under way, Our Vicar suggests it is a good time to give the angelic side of our natures a chance to shine.
Secular versions of Jesus ignore what is really important. And with Lent looming we do well to concentrate on what is important.
Starting from disruptions during Services, visiting Marks’s Gospel then noting the state of the modern church, Our Vicar arrives at the importance of confidence in God.
This morning’s readings perhaps boil down to this thought – Be Thankful.
’I'd be prepared to bet that most clergy this Sunday will pass over the Corinthians reading in silence...’ – but not Our Vicar, who considers Christchurch, Corinth, cohabitation and Church as he looks at the place and importance of marriage.
On the Feast of the Holy Family, Our Vicar looks at Jesus’ family and considers what family – both blood and Christian – mean to us.
Advent is not simply a preparation season for Christmas. It has its own place in our faith and deserves respect. As evidenced in this morning’s Gospel.
A guest preacher considers the importance of the wilderness – physical or metaphorical – in our spiritual development.
What should we do about the current secular attack upon Christianity?
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