Monthly Archives: October 2015

Sermon: Bible Sunday, 25 October 2015, St John the Divine

Preacher  Revd Alan Sykes   [Hold up a heavy, moth-eaten, Victorian Bible]. I reckon that this is what many, if not most, people think of when they think of the Bible – if they think of the Bible at all. … Continue reading

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Sermon: Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity, 11 October 2015, St Mary, evening

Readings  Joshua 5.13-6.20 & Matthew 11.20-30 Preacher  Canon Robert Titley At the Imperial War Museum, you used to be able to sit in a flight simulator that showed real pilot’s-view footage of a wartime raid. It jerked you around as … Continue reading

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Sermon: Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity, 11 October 2015, St Matthias, morning

Reading  Mark 10:17-31 Preacher  Revd Alan Sykes With a new series of The Apprentice coming up, it may just have been a publicity stunt, but Alan Sugar, estimated to be worth a mere £1.4 billion, got into trouble this week … Continue reading

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