With the assistance of the stage show Jesus Christ Superstar, our Assistant Priest looks at Palm Sunday as the start of the transition from Lent into Easter.
Many of us worry about the Church shrinking. However, this is not a new phenomenon and Our Vicar suggests it is not always a bad thing either.
The real importance of Lent is not in the superficial changes we make for the season – no matter how hard they may be – but in creating circumstances for a more fundamental change in our life.
This morning’s readings talk about what we say reflecting our real self. But it is so easy to be snide and unkind. What to do?
Our Assistant Priest uses this morning’s reading from Luke’s Gospel to examine Bible passages which are not as they seem.
Is pain and suffering to be endured without question or avoided at all cost? Do they have a part to play in Christian life?
Our Vicar looks at the nature of our relationship with Our God.
A look at the way in which ministries in the Church have evolved from the pattern outlined in this morning’s Corinthians reading to what we have now.
The biblical Corinthians exhibited many failings – and identifying them has lessons for us.
As we celebrate the Baptism of Our Lord, our Assistant Priest looks at what baptism meant for Christ, and what it means for us.
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