Monthly Archives: September 2017

What is the culture of this church? Romans 14:1-12 Matthew 18:21-35

I wonder what sort of yogurt you like? Do you prefer the thin, natural yogurt, that’s dribbly and perhaps a little sharp and acidic in it’s taste? Or perhaps, the thick, very set Greek or Turkish style yogurt, which almost … Continue reading

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Can we sing like Mary sang? Luke 1:46-55

Today we marked the Patronal Festival of St. Mary’s Eversley, and so the sermon is a reflection on The Magnificat: Do you sing for joy? When your emotions have been pent up, whether it be with confusion, fear and concern, … Continue reading

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Going the ‘long way round’ – Matthew 16:21-28

Much at St. Mary’s Eversley is now focused on preparing ourselves for the arrival of the new Priest-in-Charge of Eversley and Darby Green, and the work that will be done with him in the months and years to come, following … Continue reading

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