Category Archives: church seasons

Calming the Storm

Calming the storm, energy and power, who’s in control? Who is this that even the wind and the storm obey him? Trinity 3 June 21st 2015, Mark 4:35 – 41 (full version in Sermons) Let’s go on a journey to … Continue reading

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Jesus Accepts us as we are

Lent 3 – Jesus accepts us as we are with our faults. He finds us where we are, not where we wish to be or even think we should be and hope to be, but where we are. In this … Continue reading

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What did I need? -1st Sunday in Lent

Readings Genesis 9:8-17, 1 Peter 3:18-22, Mark 1: 9-15 A few weeks ago I was in the Holy Land and I    wondered what I had been expecting on that journey and in that place? Who would I meet? What … Continue reading

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The Transfiguration

The Transfiguration Feb 15 2015, St John’s Church, Kings Lynn Readings 2 Kings 9:1-10 Mark 9:2- 12   Our eyes are opened and at last we see. Three tents or places look towards the heavens. I have just come back … Continue reading

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Holy Land Pilgrimage-The Sea of Galilee

This was the start of our pilgrimage, a day full of wonder and awe, a lake so peaceful and calm, a boat trip to remember for ever, a Eucharist by the shore of the lake, serene and full of the … Continue reading

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Epiphany 6 January

              In Spain on 6th January the celebrations are held for the Twelfth Day of Christmas. The streets of the Spanish capital are filled with children who are waiting to see the parade of … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve

In those days a decree went out from Emperor Augustus that all should be registered. All went to their own towns to be registered. Joseph also went from Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to the city of David called Bethlehem, … Continue reading

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Christmas Starts here!

  Advent Carols in East Walton, Norfolk The coal burning stove had been stoked for 2 days to keep us warm, the choir were practising in the chancel, the mincepies had been freshly made and the spices in the mulled … Continue reading

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Darkness and Light

              One candle burns at the start of Advent, in St Clement’s Church, Terrington St Clement, a magnificent and pretty church in the Fens, sometimes called the Cathedral of the Fens. The light shone … Continue reading

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Martha Collison and Big Bake

Martha Collison, famous now for her charm and delicious baking on The Great British Bake Off has a really enchanting interview with Church Times on 14 November. It’s always the page that I read first, the back page!! Martha has … Continue reading

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