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Genesis 17.1-7, 15-16 & Mark 8.31-end. I always like to hear of Simon Peter!  Here he is in today’s Gospel, putting his foot in it again; relatable as ever!  Of course, there are special interests here too: at Holy Trinity we have Peter as co-patron......

This is the desert, [using Godly Play desert bag] well a piece of the desert.  So many important things happened to the people of God in the desert.  And today we think about Jesus driven by the Spirit into the wilderness.  The desert is a......

Sermon for Transfiguration 2Kings 2 1-12 & Mark 9 2-11. The Transfiguration of our Lord Jesus Christ is observed by many Protestant tradition on the last Sunday before Lent whilst in the Catholic and Episcopal traditions on the 6th of August. In the Protestant tradition,......

Following a joint meeting of the DCCs it was felt, overwhelmingly, that we should remain closed for public worship, especially while the strict national lockdown continues and cases of COVID, albeit down, are still high. We agreed to pay heed to what the Government may......

This Second Sunday before Lent is always a Creation Sunday in the Church of England; perhaps to set Lent within a much broader picture; to open our eyes to God’s loving purposes lest we go in for too much privatised introspection!  Psalm 104 is a......

The Archbishops have written to the nation to invite people to join in reflection and prayer each day from 1 February at 6 p.m. The Church of England website also has resources (such as this prayer for the nation booklet; there are others for those who wish to......

Sermon for 3rd Sunday of Epiphany and week of prayer for Christian Unity John15:1-17 & 1 Corinthians 1:1-3  Download the service sheet. Download the reading for this Sunday. Today the 6th day of prayer for Christian unity falls on the 3rd Sunday in Epiphany......

The whole people of God of our three churches are back at home and absent from our church buildings for the third period since last March.  We are in solidarity with the nation, we are supporting our NHS; but we are sad not to gather......

After a combined DCCs meeting on Tuesday, we voted by a clear majority to close our churches for Sunday and midweek worship. This was with a heavy heart, but felt the right thing to do, given the spread of the virus and the terrible strain......