Monthly Archives: March 2019

Sermon: Mothering Sunday, 31 March 2019, St John the Divine

When my own mum was still alive, I used to scour the shops for a card which celebrated Mothering Sunday rather than its relatively new incarnation, Mother’s Day.  Today was never meant to be solely about mothers; its original meaning was more … Continue reading

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Sermon: Sunday next before Lent, 3 March 2019, St John the Divine

In a predominantly rationalist and scientific age, some Christians of a more liberal and progressive stance find stories involving the inexplicable, like Jesus’s Transfiguration, which we’ve just read – or, indeed, the miracles – rather awkward.   The temptation often is … Continue reading

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