This morning’s sermon was given by Rev Caroline, and you can listen to it here … More God of Love and Compassion
I am sure there are quite a few of us that have relatives living abroad who have decided to start a new life in lands unknown and I know how difficult that first parting can be.
I can still remember the day my brother told us, as a family, that he was leaving the UK to live in … More Faithful Changes
Don’t worry about a thing – cos every little thing’s gonna be alright.
You probably recognise this from Bob Marley – but these very words could have been taken directly from today’s gospel reading taken from the Sermon on the Mount … More Don’t Worry – Consider the Lilies
This morning’s sermon was based on a story in Mark’s gospel, in which Jesus restored sight to a blind man … More Prayer and Healing
On Wednesday 8 February Rev Deborah preached a short sermon on making choices. We recorded it for you here … More Making Choices
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 delivered by Rev Caroline on 5 February 2017.
When Jesus was talking to all the people on the mountain he called the people two things. Can we remember what they were? … More SALT AND LIGHT
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
This morning we experimented with making an audio recording of Rev Caroline’s sermon. Hopefully it is here! … More Who does He think He is?
Many years ago, when the newly married Aidan and I were looking at a potential job, we visited the parish concerned on a Sunday prior to interviews. During coffee afterwards a lady, on discovering that I had been a cradle catholic now received into the Anglican Church, replied “Never mind, dear. I’ll pray for your conversion!” … More Christian Unity