I wonder if you can remember when you stopped believing in Father Christmas. I was about 4 when I queried the possibility of a man getting down our chimney. My mother, who was a fairly literal person, did not attempt a convincing answer. On the other hand, my daughter was still a firm believer at the age of 25 … More Belief in Miracles
When I was a teenager (and before I had come to a personal faith), I recognised that there was something different in the faces of those that I knew that believed. Before I understood that it was the Holy Spirit shining out of them, I used to describe this phenomenon as them having “ITV” faces which drew its analogy from the sparkly radiance that make up and lights achieved in a TV studio … More Transfiguration
We heard this sermon from our Reader Christine on Sunday 6 August 2017.
Transfiguration – a dictionary definition says; a complete change of form or appearance into a more beautiful or spiritual state.
I don’t think we could describe Jesus’ transfiguration any better, but explaining it is a bit more difficult … More Transfiguration
This service was given by Rev Deborah on Mothering Sunday 2017, and was highly interactive! It began with a Mothering Sunday quiz, with the two sides of the congregation playing against each other … More Mothering Sunday
On April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was speaking to a packed church in Memphis trying to stir the conscience of America. As he did so he recounted the struggle for human rights and the challenge that continued to lay ahead … More Listen and Anticipate
This sermon was given by our Reader Christine on Sunday 12 February 2017.
If we have to go on a journey somewhere today, there are many different ways of finding our way … More Choose the Right Path