Sunday Sermons

We Remember ….

This week we are called to Remember, both with thanksgiving and sorrow, those whose lives have been given and taken away in pursuit of the good purposes of freedom, justice and peace in wars and conflicts past and present. We do this at a time when our peace is somewhat distrurbed by the pandemic we are facing. So I wanted to consider what we might learn from those who have gone before us, from those who gave their lives to restore peace in the past and in particular how they were able to find courage, perseverance, strength and unity in times of adversity.

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Sunday Sermons

Sunday Services in Lockdown

Dear All,

Attached are the Services of Spiritual Communion that we are using each Sunday at 10am whilst in Lockdown. Each has it’s own reflection on the bible reading . Please feel free to download and join us on the day or in retrospect:

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 30.8

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 23.8

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 16.8

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 9.8

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ in Ordinary Time 1.8

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 26.7

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 19.7

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 12.7

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 5.7

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 28.6 (1)

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ in Ordinary Time 21.6

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ in Ordinary Time 13.6

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ Trinity Sunday 7.6

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ at Pentecost 31.5

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ After Ascension 24.5

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 17.5.2020

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 10.5.2020docx

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 3.5.2020docx (2)

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 26.4.2020docx

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ 19.4.2020

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ Easter Sunday

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ Palm Sunday

Sunday Sermons

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ Week 2

Dear Friends in Chebsey and Norton Bridge, Ellenhall, Ranton, Seighford with Creswell and Great Bridgeford,

Attached is a service of ‘Spiritual Communion’ and a reflection on the Gospel reading for this Sunday. Please do print out and use the liturgy, prayers and reflection tomorrow if you would like to. The hope is that our shared spiritual journey through Lent might continue as we move towards Palm Sunday next week and then Holy Week and Easter. A wonderful spiritual journey at a time when we cannot go far physically.

Be assured of my prayers and thoughts at this time of isolation,

Peace be with you x

Doug

Sunday ‘Spiritual Communion’ Week 2