Category Archives: Children’s stories

Lectionary sermon for 19 April 2020 Year A Easter 2 on John 20: 19-31

LET’S HEAR IT FOR THE SKEPTICS The expression “Doubting Thomas” is traditionally used to heap scorn on those who question some aspect of faith. I want to suggest that this is not just a disservice to Thomas but even a … Continue reading

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AN OLD INDIAN FABLE RE-IMAGINED

I want to tell you a story that might at first seem rather strange. I am rather hoping it will start to mean something when you think about it. Once there was a young fellow who was a bit confused … Continue reading

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A PALM SUNDAY STORY FOR THE YOUNG (AND/OR THE STILL AWAKE)

A Palm Sunday Story for Young People: Copying the Famous          by Bill Peddie When we think of famous people we sometimes forget about the way they got started in life. This morning ( because it is Palm Sunday) I … Continue reading

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