Monthly Archives: March 2014

Ash Wednesday, 5 March 2014, St Mary’s, evening

Reading  Matthew 6. 1-6, 16-21 Preacher  Canon Robert Titley   ‘When I left the BBC,’ he said, recalling his dramatic resignation as Director-General, I did what so many government ministers do when they leave their job – I announced that … Continue reading

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Sunday next before Lent, 2 March 2014, St Mary’s, evening

Reading  Matthew 17. 1–23 Preacher  Revd Neil Summers In the Bible, important things happen on hills and mountains.  To name just a few, Noah’s ark came to rest on Ararat, Moses received the law on Sinai, the temple was located … Continue reading

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Sunday next before Lent, 2 March 2014, St John the Divine, morning

Readings Exodus 24: 12-end; 2 Peter 1: 16-end; and Matthew 17: 1-9 Preacher  Ruth Martin How can we change to become more Christ like in our lives? Deep within us I believe is the desire for us to be the … Continue reading

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Sunday next before Lent, 2 March 2014, St Mary’s, morning

Readings  Exodus 24. 12–end, Matthew 17. 1–9 Preacher Canon Robert Titley   A headline last weekend caught my eye: Cardiff cancel warm weather training trip after Hull hammering (fourfold alliteration – nice!) Cardiff City Football Club had promised their players … Continue reading

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