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He sent them into the towns and villages to say ‘the kingdom of God has come near’

These reflections tell some of the stories of the Lordsbridge Team of Churches since its beginning 11 years ago, the point at which I joined it. At this united Lordsbridge Team service, on 29th August 2021, members of the Lordsbridge … Continue reading

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‘Other-focused’ people make a better place

To wear a mask or not to wear a mask? That is one of the more immediate and practical questions of the day. Have you managed to get hold of one? Is yours homemade? Patterned? Shaped or pleated? Do you … Continue reading

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Fragments of a just kingdom

‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’ This quotation from Martin Luther King has been in the media over the last week or so as a kind of call to action. We may respond to this call as individual … Continue reading

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Reflections, Sunday 11th August 2019 – Jesus said, “Do not be afraid, little flock, your Father is pleased to give you the kingdom”.

“Do not be afraid, little flock”, Jesus said to his listeners, to those who were shaping their lives around his teaching. People, I hope, like us.  Do not be afraid, little flock.  These words, to me, sound tender, loving.  Can … Continue reading

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