Monthly Archives: July 2019

Peal of bells for 800th anniversary

The sound of bells was an uplifting feature of the 800th anniversary celebrations at St Mary Magdalene. Local ringers rang the eight bells before the Re-dedication Service on July 21 to greet members of the packed congregation and to formally … Continue reading

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Sermon: Team Service of Rededication, 21 July 2019, St Mary Magdalene

Readings 2 Corinthians 5.14-17; John 20.1-2, 11-18 Preacher Rt Revd Christopher Chessun, Bishop of Southwark I am very glad to be with you to give thanks for 800 years of worship in this House of Prayer, rededicated to the Glory … Continue reading

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Sermon: Fourth Sunday after Trinity, 14 July 2019, St John the Divine

Readings Deuteronomy 30.9-14; Colossians 1.1-14; Luke 10.25-37 Preacher Revd Neil Summers I guess the Good Samaritan is one of the most familiar and memorable stories of the Bible. I think its hold on us is at least partly to do … Continue reading

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Sermon: Third Sunday after Trinity, 7 July 2019, St John the Divine

Readings Isaiah 66.10-14; Galatians 6.7-16; Luke 10.1-11, 16-20 Preacher Revd Neil Summers Chapters 8-10 of Luke’s Gospel set out a very interesting – what we might call in today’s church jargon – ‘Mission Action Plan’.  And it all sounds quite … Continue reading

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Sermon: Third Sunday after Trinity, 7 July 2019, St Matthias

Readings Luke 10.1-11 & 16-20 Preacher Revd Alan Sykes Presently I’ll be talking about the gospel reading that we’ve just heard but first it’s confession time. Don’t fret, this is confession time for me, not for you. I’ll be the … Continue reading

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