Tag Archives: John the Baptist

Guiding our feet into the way of peace

On the panels at either side of the church are a series of photographs by Wendy Aldiss of veterans of the Burma campaign during the Second World War.   These were taken to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of … Continue reading

Posted in Sermons | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Knocking on Herod’s door, loudly

Jesus was a northerner. While we are used to his birth in Bethlehem and his death in Jerusalem, both in the south, he grew up in Nazareth, to the west of Galilee in the north. There is something about the … Continue reading

Posted in Sermons | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Crossing the waters: liberation, justice, peace and promises fulfilled

There are two stories in the Bible of waters being made to stand in a heap so that the people of Israel can cross over on dry land. The first is the best known, from the book of Exodus (chapter … Continue reading

Posted in Sermons | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment