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No church is an island: The practical benefits of ecclesiology

One of the spin offs of the Coronavirus pandemic is that I have seen in a new way why it matters to belong to a big church structure rather than an independent one. Struggling to get my head round the … Continue reading

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Unity & the Anglican Communion: we belong together, whatever

I am here this morning with two hats on. Clearly I’m one of the resident clergy in this cathedral and preach regularly. But through the mysterious auspices of Churches Together I am here today as a pulpit swap for the … Continue reading

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Families can be abusive

Family allusions for the church work great when they focus on belonging and the closeness of affinity. We belong to one another and any breaking of that unity is a fracture in who we are. This was the message of … Continue reading

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