Monthly Archives: September 2014

Because we can’t get the toothpaste back in the tube – Matthew 21v23-32

Sermon for the 15th after Trinity (Proper 21) Ezekiel 18:1-4 and 25-end, Philippians 2:1-13 and Matthew 21:23-32 On Thursday afternoon I watched as two of the children from St. Mary’s School, stood here in church during a Year 5 Act … Continue reading

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Nehemiah – responsibility and working together #ActOfWorship #Schools

This week I’ve achieved another first in curacy, my first Act of Worship in our local CofE Junior School. The brief was to link the theme of┬áRESPONSIBILITY (joint responsibility, working together in school) to the story of┬áNehemiah rebuilding God’s people, … Continue reading

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Calling of Matthew (Children’s Talk – Family Eucharist) Matthew 9:9-13

Yesterday saw my first talk at our Family Eucharist – a small, late morning, Sunday service in our chapel at St Mary’s during term-time, designed for infant and pre-school children and their families. We were celebrating the Feast of St. … Continue reading

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