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Reflection: Rejoice!

One hundred and six years earlier Charles Dickens wrote of the reborn Scrooge, who had become ‘as good a friend, as good a master, and as good a man, as the good old city knew,’ that ‘it was always said of him, that he knew how to keep Christmas well, if any man alive possessed the knowledge’. Keeping Christmas well does not just mean rejoicing ourselves, as the prophet Isaiah reminds us. Continue reading

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Sermon: Counter-culturally caring for creation

This is why the Pope, and the Ecumenical Patriarch, and the World Council of Churches have told all Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant Christians that we have a responsibility to respond to the Climate Emergency. As people made in the image of God the Creator we are called to care for God’s creation. Continue reading

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Sermon for Epiphany: Let your light shine

By following Jesus and imitating Christ we can live in such a way that God’s light shines through us to illuminate the world. Continue reading

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Sermon: Joy, delight, and life WILL prevail

Sermon for Williamstown 17th of November, 2013 Isaiah 65:17-25 Over this past week I have been reading and watching the news from the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan has affected millions of people; hundreds of thousands are displaced and thousands dead. As … Continue reading

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