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10/12/2017: Isaiah 40:1-11 & Mark 1:1-8: Second Sunday of Advent: Rev’d Canon Hugh Beavan
26/11/2017: Matthew 25: 31-46 : Rev’d Canon Paul Norrington
Jesus speaks about the end of time, and the kingly power that will be seen in the coming of the Son of Man. He reveals what the standard of judgement will be for entry into this kingdom – either we did, or did not, care for him as we find him.
19/11/2017: 1 Thessalonians 5.1-11 & Matthew 25.14-30: Jacquie Messinger (Guest Preacher)
12/11/2017: Remembrance Sunday: Fr David Armstrong
29/10/2017: Leviticus 19: 1-2, 15-18 & Matthew 22: 34-46: Rev’d Canon Hugh Beavan In these conversations with Sadducees and Pharisees we find Jesus turning their arguments upside-down. It was a radical challenge to their authority and to the respect they normally enjoyed. This passage includes the two great commandments of love, which Jesus quotes from the Hebrew Scriptures.
22/10/2017: Matthew 22: 15-22: Fr David Armstrong We continue to read Matthew’s account of Jesus challenged by religious authorities. Here, it is a trick question about secular authority, and where the primary loyalty of a religious person should be directed.