Today’s gospel reading, at first glance, is a curious little story. Jesus had performed many healings, including restoring the sight of blind people, so why did he take this man out of the village, put saliva on his eyes and lay hands on him twice? Presumably Jesus could have healed him instantly. As with many of Jesus miracles, the answer lies in its symbolic significance … More I See Men as Trees Walking
“What are you learning in Sunday school?” “Last week,” the boy replied, “our lesson was about when Jesus went to a wedding and turned water into wine.” Then the host said, “And what did you learn from that story?” The boy replied, “If you’re going to have a wedding, make sure you invite Jesus!” … More The Wedding at Cana
Good morning and a very warm welcome to our service of Holy Communion for Sunday 16 January 2022 – the second after Epiphany. Rev Sue presides and ALM Carol O will preach … More Morning worship for Sunday 16 January 2022
Last month Rev Deborah and I chose the theme of walking with Jesus for Messy Church.
We began with an activity about his birth and then focussed on a couple of parables and miracles. Trying to imagine ourselves walking with Jesus as the disciples had, watching and learning from him … More Walking with Jesus
Good morning and welcome to our service of Holy Communion for Sunday 25 July. This is our first since lockdown restrictions were completely lifted, and you will see some significant changes to our worship. However, we’re still being sensible, cautious, and behaving with utmost respect for other … More The miracle of a free lunch
Good morning and welcome to our service of Holy communion for Sunday 11 July. Rev Deborah presides and Rev Sue preaches.
We begin with the hymn “God is Love, let Heaven Adore Him” … More Rash Promises and their Consequences
As a butterfly soared overhead, one caterpillar said to the other, ‘You’ll never get me up in one of those things.’ … More What Resurrection Means
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for the third Sunday of Epiphany, livestreamed this morning by Rev Sue.
We begin with the hymn “Father, Lord of all Creation” … More Epiphany 3
With sincere apologies for the delays posting (Facebook live-streaming issues, 4G, broadband and wifi issues), this is our service for the 8th Sunday of Trinity. The Introit hymn is Lord enthroned in Heavenly Splendour. There is about 10 minutes of quiet organ music at the beginning of the service to help you settle ready for … More Trinity 8
This sermon was given by Rev Steve on Wednesday 19 February 2020. You can listen again here … More Time