The Nazareth Community launched at St Martin-in-the-Fields
On Sunday 18 March 2018 47 people made their promises and were blessed by the vicar, Revd Dr Sam Wells, as a new community was formed at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
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Sunday 19 August, The Twelfth Sunday after Trinity
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Sunday 12 August, The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity
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Sunday 5 August, The Tenth Sunday after Trinity
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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity
Anger is back in fashion. The Trump supporters are angry. The Trump opponents are angry. The Brexiteers are constantly angry: angry with Europe, angry with Remainers, angry with mild Brexiteers, angry with each other. The Remainers are angry that more people don’t seem to be angry enough about it all.
Tenth Sunday after Trinity
The story of David and Bathsheba comes at a crossroads moment in the Old Testament. Before this story come the calling of Abraham, the descent of Israel into Egypt under Joseph and its dramatic escape under Moses, the 40 years in the wilderness, the entry into the Promised Land under Joshua, the era of the judges, the anointing of King Saul and the zenith of Israel’s favour under David
The Ninth Sunday after Trinity
Jesus takes the child’s five loaves of bread and two fish, blesses them by giving thanks for them, breaks them for distribution by his disciples to the crowd, then asks his disciples to gather up the broken fragments of the meal in baskets so that none is wasted.
Latest Thought for the Week
When I was at an American university, each year the head of undergraduate studies would give the same address to the entering class: ‘find your passion.’ It gave the impression the faculty offered a beauty parade and the students surveyed the catwalk and eventually decided – ‘That’s the one for me.’
The Bread of Life
Why do we celebrate the Eucharist? Perhaps we do it because it was handed on to us, just as Paul handed it on to the Corinthians? Perhaps we do it because Christians all over the world have done it every week, even every day, for most of the church’s history? Perhaps we do it because the Lord commanded us?