Monthly Archives: July 2013

9th Sunday after Trinity, July 28th, St Mary’s, evening

Reading Luke 16.1-9 Preacher Canon Robert Titley One of the great contributions of the Jewish people to religious faith has been their humour. Put yourself side by side with God, and the comparison is so unequal that the only way … Continue reading

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9th Sunday after Trinity, 28th July 2013, St Mary’s morning

Readings Genesis 18.20–32 Luke 11.1–13 Preacher Canon Robert Titley We’ve heard plenty this week about George Alexander Louis, but what about James Alexander Gordon? The man whose voice has become as much part of the British soundscape as the Shipping Forecast … Continue reading

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Sunday 14th July, 13th Sunday after Trinity, St Mary’s, evening

Readings Genesis 32.9–30; Mark 7.1-23 Preacher Canon Robert Titley Two great weekends if you are into people hitting balls with various kinds of stick, but there has been other stuff going on. Abu Qatada is finally gone. Home Secretary Teresa … Continue reading

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Sunday 7th July 2013, St Mary’s, morning

Admission to Holy Communion of Emilie Brown, Daniel Rushby and Edward Spiers Readings 1 Corinthians 11.23–26, John 6.51–58 Preacher Canon Robert Titley Knowledge and wisdom. In our First Communion sessions we have tried to pick up a bit of both. … Continue reading

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