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18/06/2017: Matthew 9: 35-10 & 8: [9-23]: Fr David Armstrong Each Sunday we now read consecutively through Matthew’s Gospel. There are too many people demanding to hear Jesus, and to be healed by him. So he commissions twelve others to share this labour, to work in his name with his authority and power.
11/06/2017: Isaiah 40: 12-17, 27-31 & Matthew 28: 16-20 : Trinity Sunday: Rev’d Canon Hugh Beavan Matthew ends his Gospel with the promise that Christ is always with us. The disciples are commissioned to carry Christ’s own healing love, to make new disciples, and baptise them as the church has done ever since, in the name of the Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
28/05/2017: Acts 1: 6-14 & John 17: 1-11: Viv Mendham (Guest preacher)
On the night he was betrayed Jesus prayed not so much for himself but for those who would take up his work after his earthly life was over. His glory is now revealed in the world by those he calls his own.
21/05/2017: John 14: 15-21: Fr David Armstrong
Jesus promises his disciples that although the time must come for him to leave them, the Holy Spirit will be their comforter, and all those who keep faith with him will see him again.
14/05/2017: Acts 7: 55-60, 1 Peter 2: 2-10 & John 14: 1-14: Rev Tony Rose
Jesus taught his disciples how completely he and his heavenly Father are united. We are to believe and trust his promise, that to know him is to know God, and he is our way to the place prepared for us.
30/04/2017: Luke 24: 13-35: Fr David Armstrong
Luke’s Easter evening takes us on the road from Jerusalem to Emmaus, where the risen Jesus joins two of his friends as they walk and talk. Only when, at supper, he takes bread, gives thanks, breaks it and shares it, do they come to recognise him.