The First Sunday After Trinity

Sunday 23 June 2019

One thing that Jesus does not shy away from is the fact that in the world there is suffering. Real suffering. In fact he tells his disciples that he himself will suffer and if they want to follow him they will have to take up the cross and suffer too.

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Seventh Sunday of Easter

Sunday 2 June 2019

Richard Rohr in his new book The Universal Christ quotes the Twentieth Century English mystic Caryll Houselander who described in her autobiography how an ordinary underground train journey in London transformed into a vision that changed her life. 

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A Prayer for Unity

Sunday 2 June 2019

Duration: 15:45
Recorded on: 02/06/2019
File Size: 14.43 MB

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Mothering Sunday

Sunday 31 March 2019

Duration: 15:37
Recorded on: 31.03.2019
File Size: 14.31 MB

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Mothering Sunday

Sunday 31 March 2019

Mum’s are not always easy. I know that. But they are still your mum. Sometimes they say or do terrible things mums do, stuff that other people could never say or think of saying. But they are still your mum.  And of one thing I am certain, that none of us would be here in this church without them. And children are not easy either. Think of the problems Jesus caused Mary.

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Confessions in Lent

Friday 29 March 2019

This year we have been studying the Confessions of Saint Augustine as the basis of our Lent Course. We decided it would be interesting to look at a text which has been one of the most influential and translated books in the Christian Church.

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The Last Sunday before Lent

Sunday 3 March 2019

There were fifty young Norwegians in this church yesterday asking me questions about St Martin’s and the question that always gets asked in this church is what does that east window mean? And my answer to those young people was. “What do you think it means? Look and see. There is no explanation better than the experience of you yourself.” When asked what they saw they were full of ideas. What do we see in today’s Gospel? 

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Our Duty and Our Joy

Sunday 17 February 2019

Duration: 15:29
Recorded on: 17.02.2019
File Size: 14.19 MB

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Giving Sunday

Sunday 17 February 2019

Our Gospel today is from Luke and Jesus is presented at his most outspoken and challenging. He presents us with stark contrasts. First the poor and then the rich. Notice unlike in Matthew’s Gospel he doesn’t say “blessed are the poor in spirit.” He is much more direct than that. He says: “Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is the kingdom of heaven.

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