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Sunday, 24th May

Sermon by
Peter Van Peborgh

Catch up with Sunday’s Morning Prayer on Zoom.

Our readings were from: –
Acts 1: 6-14 and
John 17: 1-11

And our sermon was by Peter Van Peborgh, entitled Glory, glory, hallelujah!


Sunday, 17th May

Sermon by
The Revd. Freda Meadows

Catch up with this week’s sermon, as Freda looks at the role and work of the Holy Spirit and why we need Him. 

Our readings were from: –
Acts 17: 22-31 and
John 14: 15-21


Sunday, 10th May

Sermon by
The Revd. Esther Smith

This week’s sermon was by The Revd. Esther Smith.

Our reading was from: –
John 14: 1-14.


Sunday, 3rd May

Sermon by
Kristin Marshall

Our sermon was by Kristin Marshall, based on the familiar passage in John 10: 1-10

Jesus says that the sheep know his voice and  that he has come to bring abundant life.

Did you make a sheep? It’s still not too late and Esther would love to recieve your photos of them!


Sunday, 26th April

Sermon by
Tom Mayes

Our sermon was by Tom Mayes.

Tom was talking about recognising Jesus on the Road to Emmaus. The reading was Luke 24: 13-35  


Sunday, 19th April

Sermon by
Peter Van Peborgh

Our sermon was by Peter Van Peborgh.

Peter was looking at “faith and peace during the crisis”.


Easter Sunday, 12th April

Sermon by
The Revd. Esther Smith

Our Easter Cards were distrubuted by post this year, together with some sunflower seeds. Listen to Esther’s sermon to find out why?

The reading was from:
– John 20: 1-18


Palm Sunday, 5th April

Sermon by
The Revd. Esther Smith

Esther sums up our Lenten Series and looks to The King of Love to sustain us in these challenging times.

The readings were from:
– Mathew 21: 1-11 and
– 1 Thessalonians 5: 1-12


Sunday, 29th March

Sermon by
Kristin Marshall

The fourth of our Lent series based on The King’s Speech.

Kristin examines the importance of our words and the power of our tongues for good and evil.

The reading is James 3 v 1-11.


Mothering Sunday, 22nd March

Sermon by
The Revd. Freda Meadows

Freda’s sermon for Mothering Sunday was ‘No short cuts’, part of our Lent study based on the King’s  speech. 

We looked briefly at a history of Mothering Sunday, our need to be open and honest about our needs and doing whatever is necessary  in order to become what God would have us be.

The readings was from:
– Philippians 3:7-14