Monthly Archives: May 2019

Thy Kingdom Come – Videos

A series of films from Thy Kingdom Come to explore sharing faith: Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4 Video 5       Advertisements

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Public Square: embedded engagement

I’ve been learning a bit about ministry in the public square this week, where whatever you decide to do someone will take a pop at you – sometimes with justification and sometimes without. It is a ministry under the public … Continue reading

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Greater love shining through in darkness of terror

There have been some very moving stories this week coming out of the inquest into the London Bridge terrorist attack in London in June 2017. These stories tell of how some people were caught up in it and couldn’t get … Continue reading

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Meeting God in the City Centre

City centre life is full of buzz and activity; it is never dull. Peterborough Parish Church, where I am vicar, is in the heart of the city square and provides the backdrop to so many events, to markets, teenagers hanging … Continue reading

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Going viral – Refusing to be silent about hope in Christ

Today our first reading (Acts 9:36-43) requires a geography lesson and a recap, or more to the point a fill-in. Last week we were with Saul on his journey to Damascus and today we have jumped to Peter in Lydda. … Continue reading

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Finding common ground: opening up a channel for new hope in Brexit

This has been an historic week in this city. On Wednesday Fiona Onasanya had the dubious honour of becoming the first MP to be removed from office by a recall petition. This followed her conviction for perverting the course of … Continue reading

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