Monthly Archives: August 2012

Eight Sunday after Trinity, 5th August 2012, St Mary’s, morning

Readings Exodus 16.2–4, 9–15; John 6.24–35 Preacher Canon Robert Titley They are calling them the Twitter Olympics. They are also the multi-platform Games, for there have never been so many ways to follow the action. On Wednesday, I popped over … Continue reading

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Eighth Sunday after Trinity, 29th July 2012, St Mary’s, evening

Readings Ecclesiasticus 38.24–end, Luke 11.1–13 Preacher Canon Robert Titley Amid the relentless Games coverage there are a few gems. One was a radio conversation between Ming Campbell and Jeffrey Archer, each an international athlete turned politician, one an Olympian, and … Continue reading

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The Transfiguration: Sermon at Evensong

“And as he was praying, the appearance of his face changed, and his clothes became shining white” If you venture if a parish church with a decent quantity of stained glass, there is a good chance you will see this … Continue reading

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July 29th 2012, 7th Sunday after Trinity, St Mary’s, morning

Readings  Ephesians 3.14–end, John 6.1–21 Preacher Canon Robert Titley Well, we’re underway. No golds yet, but as hosts we’ve made a good start, beginning with Danny Boyle’s astonishing evocation of Britishness – from pastoral idylls to pandemonium, from Bean to … Continue reading

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