Tagged: common worship

What I said on Sunday – Trinity 8


Here’s my sermon for last Sunday. The gospel reading is the feeding of the five thousand followed by Jesus walking to the disciples across the Sea of Galilee in the storm.

Ephesians 3.14-end; John 6.1-21

“There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish. But what are they among so many people?” (John 6:9)

It’s been said that you should always expect the unexpected.

On the website Yahoo! Answers, a site where you can ask questions on any subject in the hope that someone else has the answer, someone posed the question “Do you always expect the unexpected?” To which someone else has replied: Continue reading

Christmas Day


Lord Jesus Christ,
your birth at Bethlehem
draws us to kneel in wonder at heaven touching earth:
accept our heartfelt praise
as we worship you,
our Saviour and our eternal God.

Common Worship Additional Collect for Christmas Day

Happy Christmas to one and all, and may God bless you and yours today and through the coming year.