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Lectionary Sermon for 27 January 2019 on Luke 4:14-21

And what of our own Epiphany? Today is the third of the Sundays the Church sets aside for what is called the season of Epiphany. So, given we are now well into the season, it is fair to ask is … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for Epiphany January 6 2019 on Matthew 2: 1-12

Returning Home by a Different Path I guess if you had looked around any city where Christian traditions are recognised you would have been likely to encounter a number of nativity scene portrayals over this last Christmas season. In the … Continue reading

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A Christmas Day Reflection by Bill Peddie

Would you be insulted if someone called you a heretic? Today I want to suggest that not all heresy should be condemned out of hand, and when it comes to Christmas, the occasional heretic might have something to teach us. … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 24 January 2016, Epiphany 3 on Luke 4: 14 – 21

My Epiphany? Today is the third of the four Sundays the Church sets aside for what is called the season of Epiphany. So, given the season, it is fair to ask is there any way this season might actually be … Continue reading

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Sermon for Christmas Day 2015 based on Luke 2: 1-20

One way of honouring the coming of the Son of God is to set up charming tableau settings for a manger. Before we think about such a scene if we think back to that time I can imagine some of … Continue reading

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