Reflection for February 21st

Reflection for February 21st

If you are listening to Morning Prayer through Lent you will know that the Old Testament readings are from Jeremiah. These “prophecies”, these proclamations, speeches, sermons, whatever we try and call them, are grouped together with very little narrative to join...
Reflection for February 21st

Reflection for January 31st

The Presentation of Christ in the Temple Forty days after birth, Jesus is brought by his parents to the temple, as the Law required. The 40 days falls on Feb 2nd, traditionally known as Candlemas, but we remember and celebrate this event this Sunday. Only Luke records...
Reflection for February 21st

Reflection for January 24th

Walk with me Lord, and may I know your presence, Be with me Lord, in all I have to do: Walk with me Lord, and guide me on the journey, Walk with me Lord, and may I walk with you. Walk with me Lord, in times of joy and laughter, When life is good and I enjoy the day:...
Reflection for February 21st

Reflection for January 17th

John 1: 43-51  –  The next day Jesus decided to go to Galilee. He found Philip and said to him, ‘Follow me.’ Now Philip was from Bethsaida, the city of Andrew and Peter. Philip found Nathanael and said to him, ‘We have found him about whom Moses in the law and...
Reflection for February 21st

Reflection for January 10th – The Baptism of Jesus

Reading Mark 1 4-11 8 days after his birth Jesus is circumcised, as Luke reminds us. This is celebrated on Jan 1st but tends to get overlooked in the excitement of New Year. This Sunday we are 30 or so years later, and, as an adult, at the start of his public...
Reflection for February 21st

Weekly Reflection by Peter 8th Jan

A Reflection for after Epiphany “They returned by a different way..” The Magi, having given their gifts and worshipped Jesus, left and returned by a different way. For us, as Christmas ends, we also have to learn to do things in a ‘different way’, to keep going...