This is is the last Sunday of the Church year. It is also the festival of Christ the King. It is also is a special day for other reasons too – after communion the choir will perform the premiere of a new anthem composed by Reuben Tozer Loft. The music is a setting of words […]

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Readings: Habakkuk, 1, 1-4; 2, 1-4. Luke, 17, 5-10. Sermon: Greta Thunberg’s challenge I was deeply challenged and profoundly  moved by Greta Thunberg’s speech to the UN Action Summit in New York on 23 September.  If you haven’t seen it or heard it, please do so and do so today, preferably before lunch. She does […]

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Readings: Hebrews 13.1-8, 15-16; Luke 14.1, 7-24 Sermon: ‘Who would come to your dream dinner party?’ It’s one of those questions that you find on the back page of weekend newspaper supplements. It’s a Guardian question – which in itself tells you something – but is perhaps more interesting than the Church Times version – ‘Who would […]

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