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In the upper room – Easter 3


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A little late, for which my apologies. I was away last week with the Church Army Mission Community, of which I am a member, for our residential Gathering, and have only just found time to sit down at the PC to post the sermon for Easter 3.

Luke 24.36b-48

A lady was being shown around a very old and gloomy stately home. And in one particularly gloomy part of the house she turned to the guide and said, “Tell me, are there any ghosts here?”

The guide assured her, “Madam, in all the years I’ve worked here I’ve never seen a single ghost!”

“And how long have you worked here,” she asked him. Continue reading

What I said this Sunday – Easter 3


Luke 24.36b-48

A ghost walked into a pub, went up to the bar and said to the landlord, “Can I have a brandy please?” “I’m sorry,” said the landlord, “we don’t serve spirits!”

I wonder if any of you have ever seen a ghost, or had a ghostly experience. Continue reading