Monthly Archives: November 2020

Advent Sunday: Meaning is in the Waiting

There are lots of images of life as a journey, travelling along a road towards a goal and with a clear sense of destination. We are already on the bus and it is taking us through perhaps a number of … Continue reading

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Kingship with a ‘to do’ list – Living the fullness of Christ

Celebrating the Feast of Christ the King today brings us to the end of the church’s year. This is literally it’s crowning glory. Today is Near Year’s Eve for us as next week we enter Advent and the start of … Continue reading

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Homemaking – This house runs on love

I was in a motorway service station, last year travelling between places on my sabbatical. In a shop I found this sign and thought, that’ll be useful for a sermon one day and I think this might be it. It … Continue reading

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Hugh of Lincoln and his swan. Justice, holiness, calm in the storm, courage to speak truth to power.

I was in a garden centre before lockdown and found this fun, novelty watering can. It is a swan and for all of us with Lincoln connections that means just one thing, St Hugh, the saintly bishop of Lincoln whom … Continue reading

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Hope in dark times: All Saints Sunday

I don’t know if you usually do something for Halloween – carving pumpkins, dressing up, having a bit of a scary time – or if you avoid it at all costs. I confess to being rather bemused by the whole … Continue reading

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