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Sixth Sunday after Trinity

Let them praise his Name in the dance:let them sing praises unto him with the tabret and harp.(Psalm 149.3) Dance is not something that many Anglican churchgoers associate with holiness and a worshipful experience. Don’t panic, I’m not going to ask you to! After all, at a party or… Read more

Sermon by Andrew Bishop on Sunday 15th July 2012

The Sixth Sunday after Trinity

Ahead of the Booker long list, and in time for the holiday season, yesterday's Guardian Review was full of suggested summer reading.  From The Casual Vacancy, J.K Rowling's foray into adult fiction, to the latest  offerings of John Banville, Ian McEwan and  Zadie Smith, we are spoil… Read more

Sermon by Julie Gittoes on Sunday 15th July 2012

Annual Friends Service

Friendship is something we easily take for granted.  It is both less immediately exciting, and less newsworthy, than the torrid relationships of footballers and television celebrities, film stars and members of the royal family.  The passion of first love, and the blossoming of a romance… Read more

Sermon by Nicholas Thistlethwaite on Sunday 8th July 2012

The Fifth Sunday after Trinity

The letters page in this week’s Church Times contributors spoke of the need for pragmatism, grace,  generosity, and support of the vulnerable; concern was expressed about theological convictions, mutual commitment and integrity; there was hope for healing amidst fear, and a plea to trus… Read more

Sermon by Julie Gittoes on Sunday 8th July 2012

Farewell to the Dean

Exits and entrances are the stuff of theatre.  The comings and goings of the characters in a play advance the plot and change the dynamics between the actors.  Macbeth, his hands covered in blood and still gripping the daggers after murdering Duncan; Lear, bearing Cordelia’s dead b… Read more

Sermon by Nicholas Thistlethwaite on Sunday 17th June 2012

Choral Evensong 28th June 2015

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Sermon by Nicholas Thistlethwaite on Wednesday 30th November -0001