Tag Archives: Christopher Hancock

Exploring the Holy Trinity – by way of the cross

Readings: Isaiah 6:1-8 Romans 8:12-17 John 3:1-17   Sermon It is not uncommon on Trinity Sunday to duck this most difficult area of Christian doctrine – but I will do my best to explore this mystery – of how three … Continue reading

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Giving thanks for the fish: We are all witnesses to the resurrection

Luke 24:36-48 Acts 3:12-19 1 John 3:1-7 There is something unusual about an encounter with someone when they have had an operation They have a special quality – It seems a miracle that they alive Somehow having gone down into the … Continue reading

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Be prepared, be very prepared!

So are you prepared for the coming of the Lord? The Gospel that we have just heard makes it sound rather frightening: But in those days, following that distress, the sun will be darkened,     and the moon will not … Continue reading

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It’s not the end of the world!

Proper 26 Year A READINGS Micah 3:5-12 1 Thess 2:9-13 Matthew 4:1-14   SERMON May my words be in the name of the living and loving God whom we know as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen It’s good to … Continue reading

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Breaking News – The Word on the Hill is Back

This morning, 5th November, 2017, Christopher Hancock was licensed as Assistant Curate to the United Benefice of of St Mary’s Headley with St Andrew’s Box Hill and St Peter’s Walton on the Hill.  His sermons and other reflections together with … Continue reading

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“Being rich in God” – sermon given by Rev Christopher Hancock at St Martin’s Epsom (31st July, 2016)

Gospel: Luke 12:13-21   Well, what a week it has been: –         The murder of priest, Jacques Hamel in France –         A murder in quiet Headley of all places, now the crime capital of Surrey For me it has been … Continue reading

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