A Secular Trinity
Allan Jones 04 June 2023 Trinity Sunday. In churches everywhere, preachers will be trying to explain the mystery of a dogma that makes no
Can we hold together?
Easter 7: 21 May 2023 Susan Adams Acts 1:6-14 John 1:1-11 Towards the end of the preceding chapter in John’s gospel, there is delightful comment
Pentecost 2023 Lighting A Fire
Glynn Cardy The Christian feast day of Pentecost, fifty days after the resurrection festival of Easter, owes its existence entirely to work of the author
The Book of Esther
Glynn Cardy, 14th May 2023 There are two marks of a follower of Jesus: love of others and love of story. We need stories not
What is Success?
Glynn Cardy 7th May 2023 Last Monday I drove out into the countryside to visit a family whose mother, Vicki, had died the night before.
Glynn Cardy 16th April 2023 The first story we have of resurrectional transformation is from Galatians 1 where Paul simply says God was pleased to
Easter: It Began Before Jesus
Glynn Cardy 2023 Although Easter is a feast day in the Christian calendar, focused on the horrific dying and the mythic rising of Jesus, its
A Religion of Losers
Glynn Cardy, Good Friday 2023 When Jesus was nothing but a hanging mess, dripping with his own blood and other people’s spit, there were no
Easter– Freedom for the Oppressed
Palm Sunday Sermon 2023, Glynn Cardy At Easter time we Christians celebrate our major festival. In countries all around the world there are processions through
Once Upon A Sausage
Glynn Cardy 26th March 2023 In Pakistan, during the 30 days of Ramadan when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset, many Christians join them, concurrently