Bible readings for the fourth Sunday after TrinityRead more
The Church is the people of God, and although we are physically separate, we continue to worship together with one heart and mind: Many of us are praying at 10am every Sunday BBC1 11:45am: The Rev Kate Bottley meets artists of different faiths who are finding common ground, and a former Buddhist monk who now shares his mindfulness techniques with[…]Read more
Bible readings for the third Sunday after TrinityRead more
Ask the Vicar a question.
Faith, no matter how experienced, can grow. The Archbishop of Canterbury (in 1093), St Anselm had a motto, “Faith seeking understanding”, which was shorthand for “an active love of God seeking a deeper knowledge of God”.
Bible reading for the second Sunday after TrinityRead more
Over the last few week’s sermons I have been prompting you to think about your faith, your relationship with Jesus, and the nature of the church. I haven’t offered too many answers. Our faith grows when we are curious, and all faith, no matter how experienced, has room for growth.Read more
Bible readings for the first Sunday after TrinityRead more
Happy Trinity Sunday… a day of curiosity and questions! One God… Three persons? There is a special online service live on YouTube at 9am with the Archbishop of York Many of us are praying at 10am every Sunday BBC1 10:45am: The Rev Canon Leigh Richardson leads a service for Trinity Sunday from St Davids Cathedral in Pembrokeshire. With hymns sung[…]Read more
A reading from the Old and New Testament for next Sunday… Trinity SundayRead more
As a community separated by a virus but drawn together by faith, we worship today: Many of us are praying at 10am every Sunday BBC1 10am: Pentecost Celebration: A live service marking the festival from Gorton Monastery in Manchester, with a small, socially distanced group from the city’s King’s Church leading a celebration of the coming of the Holy Spirit.[…]Read more