Today we hear how Isiah and Simon are called to serve God, both in very different ways, but both confessing that they are or have been sinful people. Their sins are forgiven and they are chosen to answer God’s call.
There is very little hesitation in their response and with Simon there are quite a few witnesses to his particular calling … More Answering God’s Call
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
This year, owing to the pandemic, our act of service for Maundy Thursday will be polishing shoes rather than washing feet. Revs Deborah and Sue explain all: … More Maundy Thursday 2021
Here are the hymns and service for morning worship at St Margaret’s on Sunday 23 August. … More Trinity 11: Who do you say I am?
I’m sure many of us have been told as young children not to look at the sun or into a light bulb and I think there are probably quite a few of us that did just that because we had been told not to, me included. … More Transfiguration
The way of the cross is one of hope and salvation. Many of us find using the Stations of the Cross as a way we can put ourselves among the crowds following Jesus along the Via Dolorosa, that rough and rugged path up to the hill of Golgotha, outside the walls of Jerusalem … More Good Friday
Have you ever had any of those ‘Oh my goodness’ moments? ‘What on earth have I done!’
Both Elijah and Peter in our readings today certainly had an ‘oh my goodness’ moment – big style … More Oh My Goodness
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