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Lectionary Sermon for Sunday 21 September 2014 based on Matthew 20: 1 -16

“We will be judged by how we are to people to whom we owe nothing.”                         Rabbi Hugo Grynn The standard, and I suggest limited, way of looking at this reading from Matthew about the Labourer’s and the vineyard is to … Continue reading

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First Thoughts on Lectionary Sermon for Sunday 11 September (Romans 14: 1 – 12)

THE CENTRALITY THAT HOLDS Beneath all differences of doctrine or discipline there exists a fundamental agreement as to the simple, absolute essentials in religion. Julia Ward Howe One of the sad things about Christianity is the ease with which some … Continue reading

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First Thoughts on Next Sunday’s Sermon August 14 (Genesis 45: 1-15) Forgiving the Unforgivable

Not all funerals are sad, not all weddings are glad, and not all family parties are welcoming affairs – but on the other hand, funerals, weddings and family get togethers can sometimes tell far more about family relationships most families … Continue reading

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