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Sermon given on Easter Day

Sermon Easter Day 27 March 2016 Luke 24.1-12 Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale is a play that looks like one of his tragedies until almost the end when there is a startling turn of events. King Leontes is struck by irrational jealousy when he sees his wife Hermione talking with his best friend Polixenes. His jealousy is […]

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Palm Sunday

Sermon Palm Sunday 2016. Luke 23.1-49 (Following a dramatized reading of the passage) I sometimes get about by cycling. When I’m on my bike I’m much more conscious of hills. When faced with a particularly steep one I used to get off and walk – it just felt easier. When, though, I had to climb […]

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Boredom – Christianity’s gift to the world.

Boredom: Christianity’s gift to the world (Realistic Christianity 3) Rev. Vincent Gardner 28/2/16 This morning is the third sermon in the Realistic Christianity series. In this series we attempt to look at various cultural changes which are affecting church life. In the first sermon we looked at the philosophical and theological changes: from Modernism to […]

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Second Sunday in Lent: Foxes and Hens

Second Sunday in Lent: Foxes and Hens, 21 Feb. 2016 I’ve been struck by two images in our Gospel reading today: the fox and the hen: ‘Go tell that fox [Herod]…’ Jesus says to the Pharisees who warn him his life is at risk. And then later Jesus says over Jerusalem ‘how I have longed […]

Sermon given 24th January 2016 by Rev. Christine Bainbridge

All-in-one-Christmas – Sermon given by Richard Croft on 3rd January 2016

Sermon given on 23rd August 2015 by Christine Bainbridge

Sermon given 19th July by Christine Bainbridge