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Communion Service at St Lukes officiated by Father Gwilym Henry-Edwards
Communion Service at St Lukes officiated by Father Gwilym Henry-Edwards

 

Accountable to God

Accountable to God Sermon preached at Enmore, 15th Sunday after Pentecost, 17th September 2017 Readings: Exodus 14.19-31, Romans 14.1-14, Matthew 18.21-35. As a child the story of the Israelite’s crossing the Red sea was one of my Sunday School favourites. It remains one of the most dramatic moments in The Old Testament and we understand…

A Living Sacrifice

A living sacrifice  Sermon preached at Enmore, Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost, 27th. August 2017 Reading: Romans 12.1-8. At the end of nearly every Communion service that we conduct in this church we join in the prayer: “Father, we offer ourselves to you as a living sacrifice through Jesus Christ our Lord, send us out in…

Mary treasured all these words

Mary treasured all these words  Sermon preached at Enmore, Feast of Mary, Mother of our Lord, Sunday 13th August, 2017 Reading: Luke 2.1 -7 Today’s Gospel reading set for the Feast Day of Mary, Mother of our Lord is a reading from Luke’s birth narrative. Nearly everything we know about Mary comes from Luke’s pen. He…

For I am convinced

 For I am convinced Sermon preached at Enmore, Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, July 30, 2017 Readings: Romans 8.26-39; Matthew 13. 31-33, 44-58 In September 1961, the Swedish New Testament scholar Krister Stendahl gave an address on the work and thought of the Apostle Paul. What was unusual on this occasion was Stendahl’s audience. He was…

I did not know it

I did not know it Sermon preached at Enmore, Seventh Sunday after Pentecost, 23rd. July 2017 Reading: Genesis 28.10-19a Last week’s reading from Genesis introduced us to Jacob, the figure who dominates the next nine chapters of the book and who will later be known as the father of the twelve tribes of Israel. Jacob…