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Sermon: As we go into lockdown again, God is with us.

This week, as we experience the worry and frustration of another lockdown, the doctrine of the Trinity tells us that the God who created the universe is with us, closer than our breath, and among us, holding our community together while we must stay apart. I hope that that is a comfort to you through these next few days. God is with us. Continue reading

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Reflection: The Trinity (why it’s a very cool doctrine)

the doctrine of the Trinity reminds us that God is in God’s very self a community of love. And since we are made in God’s image we too are made to exist in community Continue reading

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Sermon: Don’t mention the Trinity!

As I say on this Sunday every year: today is Trinity Sunday; be afraid, be very afraid. Continue reading

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Sermon: Calling God ‘She’

The fruits of the Holy Spirit include patience, kindness, gentleness, and self-control. Sadly, I frequently fail to demonstrate the fruits of the Spirit on social media. Continue reading

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Sermon: The Trinity is a celebration; not a maths problem

I hope this is giving you a sense of why the doctrine of the Trinity excites me. (Yes, I am the sort of geek who gets excited by theological doctrines.) Continue reading

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Sermon: Trinity and Wisdom

Sermon for Williamstown Trinity Sunday Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31 John 16:12-15 Today we celebrate Trinity Sunday. We celebrate explicitly what is implicit every time we gather for worship: that the God we are worshipping is both One and Three. This is … Continue reading

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