Wise men travelled from lands afar guided only by a bright star – and their faith – to deliver their precious gifts to the infant Jesus. These were of course gold (symbolising royalty), frankincense (symbolising the priesthood) and myrrh (foretelling the death and resurrection of our lord) … More Epiphany 2022
Epiphany is the time when we think the kings (wisemen) who came from afar bearing gifts for the new-born king. There is awe and wonder in the story of the wandering magi led to Jesus from the distant East by a star … More New Year letter from the Vicar
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for Epiphany 2021 … More Epiphany
Welcome to our Digital Advent Calendar, which brings you a carol-a-day every day through Advent. Do join in and have a good sing – today with have the perennial favourite We Three Kings, with solos by members of Maggie’s Music Makers:
This sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Sunday 5 January 2020, and was based on: Isaiah 60:1-6 Matthew 2:1-12 Today we celebrate the arrival of the Magi or the wisemen. It is a story that we are familiar with through nativities scenes, stories from our youth and of course Matthew’s gospel, which we heard … More Epiphany 2020
This article first appeared in the January 2014 issue of our parish magazine.
“Song of the Wise Men” is a Puerto Rican traditional folk carol. I think I discovered it two Christmases ago at St Margaret’s and fell in love with it … More “Song of the Wise Men” (trad., arr. Bullard b.1947)
This sermon was preached by Rev Deborah on 29 January 2017 in celebration of Candlemas.
A small child was standing in the hallway of her house, watching the Christmas tree with all its lights come down … More CANDLEMAS 2017
We all know that God is all-powerful, all-knowing and all-loving, but I often wonder whether he felt a need to change his tactics, his ideas, when he began to deal with the human race as one of us? … More 2nd After Epiphany
I guess this is one of the few sermons you have heard that has started with a cake … More FESTIVAL OF THE KINGS (EPIPHANY)