Sunday 3 May 2020 is the fourth Sunday of Easter, and the liturgical theme is The Good Shepherd. Rev Deborah celebrates the Eucharist in the vicarage garden … More The Good Shepherd
Every one of us could probably think of something that we had done – or said – or been, that we would think was unforgivable. We can’t forgive ourselves – and certainly can’t believe that God would want to … More Trinity 13: Lost and Found
On the afternoon of Sunday 2 December 2018 we had an Advent Quiet Afternoon at St Margaret’s facilitated by our ALM, Carol O. It was based on Jesus’ “I AM” statements … More Advent
In Jesus’ time, sheep were important to their Shepherd; they weren’t just raised for meat, but for wool and the Shepherd would name his sheep in the same way that we name our dogs or cats … More The Good Shepherd
Written by David, Psalm 23 is always likely to have been a song, and many composers have set it to different tunes. Everyone has a different favourite, which is likely to be the one they learned at school and grew up with … More “That Shepherd One”
What a lovely, joyful and prayerful weekend this was!
Twenty of us went to Parcevall this year, both from St. Margaret’s and St. George’s … More Parcevall Hall 2017
This interactive sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Sunday 7 May 2017. You can watch it here. Alternatively, the text will follow soon.
After the sermon, some Sunday School Singers sang “The Lord’s My Shepherd” (Psalm 23) – words and music by Stuart Townend … More The Good Shepherd