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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

 

Only one thing

Sermon preached at Enmore, 9th Sunday after Pentecost, 17th. July 2016 Reading: Luke 10. 38-42. The story of Mary and Martha, like the parable of the Good Samaritan which immediately precedes it, in Luke’s Gospel, is well known. However, unlike the parable which has a clear message, this narrative has been interpreted in a variety…

Which of These?

Which of these? Sermon preached at Enmore, Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, 10th July 2016 Reading: Luke 10. 25-37 When I noticed early this week that the Gospel reading for this Sunday was the parable of the Good Samaritan, my first thought was, ‘Is it possible to say anything new about this story?’ This is undoubtedly…

But, he was a leper

But, he was a leper.  Sermon preached at St. Luke’s Enmore, Seventh Sunday after Pentecost, 3rd July 2016 2 Kings 5. 1-17 I’ve always loved this rather surprising story. It’s surprising because it is it is full of the unexpected. The narrative begins by introducing the main character, Naaman, commander of the King of Aram’s…

He set his face

He set his face to go Sermon preached at Enmore, Sunday 26th June 2016, 6th Sunday after Pentecost Readings: 2 Kings 2.1-2;6-14. Luke 9.51-62 With a federal election just one week away, it is rather appropriate that we have an Old Testament reading and a Gospel reading which describe moments of change and transition. 2…

Clothed with Christ

Clothed with Christ Sermon preached at Enmore, Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, 19th June 2016 Readings: Galatians 3.10-14; 23-29. Luke 8.26-39. At first reading the Gospel passage for today transports us into a world that is both alien and disturbing to our modern thinking. The picture of a deeply disturbed, possessed man living among the tombs…