Weekly Reflection by Peter 20th Nov

Weekly Reflection by Peter 20th Nov

Reflection on today’s Reading – Matthew 25: 31-46 This passage is normally known as the “sheep and the goats” but this is just a simple analogy – at night the shepherd would separate out the sheep from the goats in his mixed flock. The vivid image is simply to tell us...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 20th Nov

Weekly Reflection by Peter 13th Nov

A Reflection on the Gospel reading for this Sunday – Matthew 25: 14-30 The Parable of the Talents  – Warning – spoiler alerts A Talent is a big amount of money so this parable is better called “the Parable of the Servants who were given big bags of gold”....
Weekly Reflection by Peter 20th Nov

Weekly Reflection by Peter 6th Nov

Remembering… Last Sunday we remembered the saints (All Saints Day) and then Monday was All Soul’s Day when traditionally we remember those who have died. This weekend and through to the 11th, we remember those servicemen and women who have died in war. Yesterday...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 20th Nov

Weekly Reflection by Peter 30th Oct

Sunday’s Readings – Revelation 7: 9-17 and Matthew 5: 1-12 The reading from Revelation is one of those points in the story where – as it were – the camera pans up away from all that is happening on earth, and the reader sees with John this vast crowd, without...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 20th Nov

Sermon by Peter 25th Oct

Sermon – Oct 25th 2020 – Bible Sunday and the Sunday of the APCM Today is Bible Sunday, it is the last Sunday of Trinity in our church’ year. It is our Annual Meeting – albeit six months later than planned. Our Gospel reading speaks of imminent happenings; it is a...
Weekly Reflection by Peter 20th Nov

Weekly Reflection by Peter 23rd Oct

Reflection on Bible Sunday Today is traditionally (now) Bible Sunday, though traditionally it used to be in Advent! Traditions do change. One big book with two sections. 39 documents in the “Old” section and 27 in the “New”. Those documents are a wonderful variety –...