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Other Sheep, one flock, one shepherd John 10:11-18 by LLM Gerry Stacey

Gerry’s sermon at Parish Communion on 23rd April 2018

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Easter, Entropy and the third banana

Easter, Entropy and the third banana Notes for a talk given at the Family Communion at St Mary’s Easton on Easter Sunday 2018 – the slides shown follow: Easter Assembly What is this – a green banana What is this … Continue reading

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Welcoming Christ in our hearts and making room for him by Gerry Stacey LLM

When I turned on the news this morning the first two items were about a church service in France to mourn the victims of the terrorist shooting and marches across America to protest against the gun laws there. Both incidents … Continue reading

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A new purpose Philippians 1:12-30

“I am in prison, but its good because…..” or “I am on death row, but its good because…..” Could we ever imagine saying that? It’s effectively what Paul was saying in this passage from Philippians verses 18-26. Last month, we … Continue reading

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Temptation for All Age Worship Matthew 4:1-12

Temptation for All Age Worship Matthew 4: 1-12 Before the service everyone who came in was given a toffee – in a red or blue wrapper and told ‘this is not for you, hold on to it and you will … Continue reading

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A new start, a new heart Philippians 1:1-11

There was nothing at the beginning. No church, probably not even a synagogue. It was a pagan military town in Macedonia, worshipping the gods of Rome and it all started (as revealed in Acts 16) with a handful of women … Continue reading

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It’s Lent, let’s do something really radical #praiseapolitician

The recording of the talk from the Ash Wednesday service follows or if you prefer please read the transcript below Do you ever feel that God ignores you, that he does not hear your prayers? Do you feel that they … Continue reading

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