The Servant King

Friday 22 November 2019

The Jewish leaders jeered at Jesus: ‘He saved others; let him save himself if he is the Messiah [or King] whom God has chosen.’

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Global Neighbours

Sunday 29 September 2019

Duration: 18:44
Recorded on: 29.09.2019
File Size: 17.16 MB

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The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity

Sunday 29 September 2019

A Sermon by Revd Jonathan Evens, Bella Ikpasaja and Ruth Wooldridge for Harvest

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Heaven in Ordinary

Friday 30 August 2019

Soon after I arrived at St Martin’s I commented that being here had similarities to being at the Greenbelt Festival, but on an ongoing basis.

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Optimism, realism and hope

Sunday 18 August 2019

Duration: 15:18
Recorded on: 18.08.2019
File Size: 14.02 MB

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The Ninth Sunday after Trinity

Sunday 11 August 2019

‘Boris Johnson must peddle Brexit optimism “as if he were a steroid-boosted cyclist trying to win the Tour de France” between now and October 31, key Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has argued’. ‘Johnson’s promise to prove “the doubters, the doomsters, the gloomsters” wrong, and his claim that “no one in the last few centuries has succeeded in betting against the pluck and nerve and ambition of this country”, is in exactly that vein’.

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Re-inhabiting and re-interpreting wrongs

Sunday 5 May 2019

Duration: 13:12
Recorded on: 05/05/2019
File Size: 12.09 MB

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The Third Sunday of Easter

Sunday 5 May 2019

The Singing Detective’ is a TV drama serial by Dennis Potter that was first shown in the 1980s. The story concerns Philip Marlow, a writer of detective novelettes in the style of Raymond Chandler including one also called ‘The Singing Detective’. At the beginning of the series Philip is confined to a hospital bed because of psoriasis, the skin and joint disease, which has affected every part of his body.

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Reversed Expectations

Friday 12 April 2019

I began my first Palm Sunday sermon from the back of the church and not, as expected, in the pulpit. That was intended as an illustration of the reality that Jesus, through his life and teaching, turned our understanding of life upside down.

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