Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Truth about the Trinity – Love in three Persons – Bones to Philosophy, but Milk to Faith – Trinity C

Trinity Sunday – Year C Rublev’s “Trinity”   Traditionally people are rather scared to preach on Trinity Sunday – quite rightly!  They are concerned about getting involved in intractable metaphysical arguments,  full of theological elephant traps. This is not surprising … Continue reading

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Weekly Bible Study – noon on Saturdays at The Tree, Box Hill

Beginning 25th May, Charlie Holme and Chris Hancock will be leading a regular Saturday gathering to discuss the readings set to be read in church the following day (Sunday). We meet at 12:00 at The Box on Box Hill Road … Continue reading

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David Harknett update – wonderful news

Some wonderful news and a message for us all from David himself on the Melbury website “I was admitted to Dorchester Hospital on Tuesday 16th April with a virulent form of Streptococcal Aureus (a bacterial infection). This caused septicaemia … Continue reading

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“It was a Sabbath Day” Sermon preached by Chris Hancock on Easter 6C

Readings:  Acts 16: 9-15, Psalm 67, Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5, John 5: 1- 9 “Some time later, Jesus went up to Jerusalem for one of the Jewish festivals. Now there is in Jerusalem near the Sheep Gate a pool, which in … Continue reading

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