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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

 

God will wipe away every tear

God will wipe away every tear from their eyes. Sermon preached at Enmore, All Saints Day, 4th November 2018 Readings: Isaiah 25.6-9; Revelation 21.1-6; John 11. 32-44 Our All Saint’s Day readings span the centuries but have a common theme, namely God’s plans for the future of his world, often described in poetic language. All…

I repent

I repent in dust and ashes Sermon preached at Enmore, 23rd Sunday after Pentecost, 28/10/18 Reading: Job 42: 1-6; 10-17 Having had two special services in recent weeks we have missed out on readings from Job so today is the final reading from that book and it seemed a pity to let it pass without…

But from the beginning

But from the beginning Sermon preached at Enmore, 20th Sunday after Pentecost, 7th October 2018 Reading: Mark 10. 2-16. When I looked at the Lectionary readings for this week, the passages from Job and Hebrews looked very attractive as good preaching material. But the passage from Mark can’t be avoided and demands some explanation. This…

Lord, to whom can we go?

Lord, to whom can we go? Sermon preached at Enmore, 14th Sunday after Pentecost, 26th. August 2018 Reading: John 6. 56-69 “This teaching is difficult; who can accept it?” The context for this passage read as our Gospel this morning is Jesus’ teaching following the feeding of the five thousand. Jesus used the feeding of…

Mary, the Mother of our Lord

Sermon preached at St. Luke’s Enmore, Sunday 12th August, 2018 Readings: Isaiah 61.10-62.3; The Magnificat; Galatians 4. 4-7; Luke 2. 1-7. Our Readings today give us the chance to take a brief look at the significance of Mary, the Mother of our Lord. My own thinking about Mary has been coloured most particularly by my…