This is a sermon given on the first Sunday of Lent this year, based on Mark 1.9-15 (the lectionary Gospel reading for the day) with a side glance at the New Testament reading – 1 Peter 3.18-end. There is a brief mention of “our team”, which is a reference to our local team of churchesContinue reading “Truth, humility and justice”
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What are you waiting for?
Waiting is a normal human experience: for the kettle to boil, for the holidays, for exam results, for an end to the pandemic… The British are supposed to be good at waiting – we’re famous for queuing. We’re not the only ones: the Russians too have historically been good at waiting (and queuing): A SovietContinue reading “What are you waiting for?”