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Sermon for Easter Sunday Year A

It is not surprising that Easter matters to the wider Christian Church. Yet if we have ever moved from one section of the Church to another I am guessing we have all realized that there is a disconcerting variety of … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday Sermon for 2017 (Year A)

It seems to me we it would be good to find our own personal answers to two questions about Easter. The first one is that perennial question – do we believe that Jesus was resurrected so that in some sense … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday Sermon for 2014 (Year A)

Easter Sunday, globally by far the most important festival in the Christian year, has also become the most variable, with a profusion of religious customs and impressive occasions, most of which represent sincere attempts to demonstrate and celebrate the significance … Continue reading

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Lectionary sermon on Pentecost 17: 15 September 2013 (Year C) Luke 15:1-10

It is curious that we, who would follow Jesus, are often found putting our main effort by way of response into the intentional religious setting of a Church service instead of focussing on the dealings of the day-to-day world where … Continue reading

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