Monthly Archives: December 2011

God has no plan. Sermon for Christmas.

  And so here we are at the beginning of the season which is officially called “Incarnation”. Incarnation. A funny word. “St. John unfolds the mystery of the incarnation” is the traditional introduction to the Gospel. Never “explains” but unfolds … Continue reading

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How to keep sane and Christmassy over the rigours of the season.

How to cope with the musical rigours of the season. At this time of year, I get a bit tired of the standard carols. Or to put that a more truthful way, I find a corner to rock back and … Continue reading

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Some random bibley stuff about Mark’s Gospel. Possibly interesting only to me.

This year we are following Mark’s Gospel in the Revised Common Lectionary, so I thought I’d write a few thoughts about it. The Revised Common Lectionary, which many churches of all denominations and none often use, is a rather lovely … Continue reading

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