Rev Kate’s sermon from 7th February considering Captain Sir Tom Moore in light of the opening of John’s gospel.
On 30th April, Captain (now Colonel) Tom Moore of Marston celebrated his 100th birthday. Not many centenarians get a Battle of Britain flypast, but then not many raise over £30million for the NHS charities which support the health and well-being … Read More
Readings – Matthew 21:1-11, Matthew 27.11-54 Rev Gill Webb This Palm Sunday as we remain indoors and avoid all gatherings in order to keep ourselves and others safe from Covid- 19 we remember the day when Jesus entered a busy … Read More
Readings – Romans 8.6-11, Psalm 130, John 11.1-45 Rev Kate McFarlane Wasn’t today’s psalm beautiful and apt: ‘My soul waits for the Lord…..in his word is my hope.’ We are, all of us, in this uncomfortable and difficult time of … Read More
Readings – Exodus 2:1-10, Luke 2:33-35 Rev Gill Webb I have preached many sermons for Mothering Sunday but never one in such strange circumstances. Today there will be no hymns, no congregation and no pulpit to deliver my thoughts. Our … Read More
Please see our update below after today’s announcement from the Bishops about gathering in church. If you’d like to be added to our mailing list to receive similar updates in future, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Dear <<First Name>> Following today’s guidance from … Read More
Presidents of Churches Together in England have issued a call to prayer in the light of the Coronavirus pandemic. This is for all churches and people of prayer to join on Sunday 22nd March, Mothering Sunday. They write…. This Mothering … Read More
Readings – Romans 5:1-11, John 4:5-42 Rev Kate McFarlane What a very anxious week we have had and what a host of new phrases are suddenly on everyone’s lips: ‘self-isolation’, ‘household isolation’, ‘withdrawal’, ‘lockdown’. Suddenly we are fearful of shaking … Read More