The liturgical theme for the second Sunday of Lent is Sacrifice, and this Saturday bonus is offered by Maggie’s Music Makers in honour of all we have suffered and sacrificed during the past year, as well as all those we have lost … More Dido’s Lament
In her service of Holy Communion this morning, Rev Deborah ponders what is meant by “lament” … More What is lament?
The fourth day of Christmas is when we mark the slaughter of all male babies, ordered by Herod. He was too late though. Mary and Joseph had already escaped, taking their baby Jesus with them. The Coventry Carol tells of the mothers’ grief. It is sung for us by our Organist Tom and our MD … More Carol for the Holy Innocents
Today we have the Coventry Carol, sung for us by our Music Team, Carol and Tom. It uses exquisite music to remind us of the darker side of Christmas.
Welcome. Our ALM Carol leads this reflective service, for those who may be missing loved ones this Christmas time.
This is Rev Sue’s sermon from Sunday 26 April 2020: They stood still looking sad. Their grief had overwhelmed them, and their whole attention was focused on the events of the last few days. At first it was difficult to relate to this stranger breaking into that community of bereavement the small but close band … More Were not our hearts burning within us?
Rev Deborah offers a short reflection for the Easter Vigil from the vicarage garden
On Passion Sunday 2020 Rev Deborah gave this sermon. It was recorded in the vicarage garden, and you may have seen the video already. Here is the text so you can ponder it again … More Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead
This sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Sunday 29 December 2019, and was based on: Isaiah 63-7-9 Hebrews 2:10-28 Matthew 2:13-23 My Andrew, his brother and I were sitting having a ‘snacky’ tea – one of those where you use up the bits and pieces from the last few days. Andrew asked, ‘is it … More Sober Up Sunday/Lament and Hope