“So there we have our three unusual ‘workers’: Chris, a modest-achieving school leaver; Timothy, a middle-aged man who’s house-bound; and Beryl, an older person, and marginal contributor to her local church. What do these three hold in common? One thing is that none of them fits our usual category of ‘worker.’”

A sermon from Revd Dr Alastair McKay, delivered on the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.

Readings for this service: Matthew 20:1-16