The liturgical theme for the fourth Sunday of Easter is always “the Good Shepherd” – who is of course Jesus. There are many references in the gospels of Jesus likening himself to the shepherd of a flock (in which we are the sheep), and of course there is the famous parable of the Lost Sheep … More Love Leadeth Me (Chris O’Hara)
Welcome to morning worship for the forth Sunday of Easter, in which we celebrate Jesus as the Good Shepherd. We begin by singing together the hymn “In heavenly love abiding” … More Jesus: The Good Shepherd
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