It is lovely to be with you on this Maundy Thursday, that special day in the church’s year when we recall the Last Supper, the Footwashing and the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus prayed; it feels like too much for one day rather like a triple decker chocolate cake from Slattery’s! … More Maundy Thursday Sermon
Good morning and welcome to Holy Communion for Sunday 17 October.
Due to unforeseen circumstances our organist was not available for the beginning of the service. Nevertheless, we began with “O Worship the King” … More Our Messiah Serves
What sort of person are you? A very leading question and not a pick-up question (am a bit long in the tooth for that sort of approach), but what sort of things do you like to watch or read? … More Servant Messiah
What image comes to your mind when you think of someone or something that’s really clean inside and out? For me it is the image of a baby/child at their Baptism. They are brought to the font with a clean heart and are baptised with Holy Water in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit … More August 29 Trinity 13 Clean Inside and Out
This is the sermon given by Rev Deborah on the evening of Maundy Thursday … More Foot washing? Shoe-shining? or something else?
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
Imagine the scene. Two young children creeping into mum and dad’s room on Mothering Sunday and in not so hushed tones, wake their dad up.
‘Dad, you said that mum breakfast in bed so that she could have a lie in. Can we do it now?’ … More MOTHERING SUNDAY: Rev Deborah’s sermon
This article was first published in the November 2020 issue of our parish magazine. You can read it again here … More Virtue in a time of Necessity
Morning Worship for the last Sunday of Trinity at St Margaret’s begins with the hymn “Come Down O Love Divine”: The bulk of the service can be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?height=314&href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FStMaggieP%2Fvideos%2F413646023136183%2F&show_text=false&width=560 Due to technical issues, the final part of the service was recorded, and is here: We finished with the hymn “Brother, Sister, let me Serve … More Trinity 20
Morning worship for the 19th Sunday of Trinity includes the re-commissioning of our ALM Carol … More Trinity 19: St Luke’s Day