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Sermon, Sunday February 22, 2015

Philip Yancey tells the disturbing story of a conversation he had with a mother who had become so addicted to drugs that she did some things to her children that are too awful to put in print here. 219 more words


Ashes and Grace

Just past Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season, John 8:1-11 seems somehow both unusual and apt as a choice of reading.

I’ve been using the daily readings of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer, and for the Thursday following Ash Wednesday, this is the New Testament reading. 1,400 more words

Faith & Life

Ash Wednesday: a liturgy of stones

Based on Psalm 51 and John 8:1-11

Call to worship (based on Psalm 51)
Have mercy on us O God,
according to Your faithful love! 621 more words


"Knowing me, knowing me...": on knowing ourselves

Aristotle once said, “knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom”. What do you think about that? Do you agree, disagree? Let’s park that there, I’ll come back to it in just a moment. 1,181 more words


Grace To Drop The Rock

Shame. Guilt. Anxiety. Panic.

Words that as humans, we are absolutely familiar with. Anyone you ask or speak with has, at some point, felt these feelings. 1,356 more words

Some thoughts on freedom of expression

We like the freedom to choose – some of us in the UK will still remember when there were only three TV channels and they did not broadcast throughout the night. 568 more words