Sermon given on Sunday 18 October 2020: Luke the Evangelist

Revd Jane Elliott Gospel reading: Luke 10:1-9 The theme of the service today is Luke the Evangelist.   The first thing to note about Luke is that we don’t really know very much about him, he doesn’t really talk about himself in any of his writings.  But one thing we Read more…

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Sermon for Sunday 11 October 2020

An invitation – should you choose to accept it Gospel Reading: Matthew 22:1-14 This parable came just at the time when I have been thinking about my own wedding – it was our wedding anniversary yesterday. I remember we did the invitations in sections; the people Colin and I wanted Read more…

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Talk for Sunday 4 October: Feed the hill

Talk given by Sharon Shamir, Feed the Hill Thank you to the Reverend Jane Elliot and to all of you here today for including me in your service. Feed the Hill began as an offshoot of the local Telegraph Hill mutual aid group in March this year. The group had Read more…

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Sermon for Sunday 5 July by Lesley Marshall

Come to me all who are weary, loaded with burdens and I will give them rest.Matthew Ch 11 v28 Please read in advance of this reflection Matthew 11:16-19, 25-end. Today the National Health Service celebrates its 72nd birthday. At the beginning of today’s gospel passage comparisons are being made between John Read more…

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Sermon for Sunday 28 June: Just rewards

Before reading this reflection, please take a look at Matthew 10:40-end, but you will find it relevant and helpful to read the whole of chapter 10. I will admit to being one of those people who enjoy receiving or seeing a reward for our efforts – whether that be the Read more…

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Sermon for Sunday 17 May 2020

Acts 17.22-31 Then Paul stood in front of the Areopagus and said, ‘Athenians, I see how extremely religious you are in every way. For as I went through the city and looked carefully at the objects of your worship, I found among them an altar with the inscription, “To an unknown Read more…

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When I walk through the darkest valley

Sermon by Revd Sheridan James for 10am 3 May 2020, Fourth Sunday of Easter

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Jesus walks beside you

Sermon given at the Sundays at 7 service on Sunday 26 April 2020.

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Lockdown 2020: What I’ll miss about Holy Week by Tracey Messenger

And in Holy Week we intentionally follow that journey, with its emotional ups and downs, knowing that there is no escape from the cross – we can’t bypass Maundy Thursday and Good Friday to get to the joy of Easter Sunday. They are part of the journey. We must go down before we can come back up.

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Thought for Maundy Thursday by Claire Dempster

‘Unless I wash you, you have no share with me’ Jesus washes the disciples’ feet

John 13. 1-17, 31-35

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