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  • [The Lord's Table]: Isaiah 58: Seeing, not stepping over
    Jamie looks forward to a time when there is nothing we can do for Jesus other than acknowledge he is Lord. But for now, we have the opportunity to "act justly, love mercy, walk humbly" and demonstrate our transformation through how we act toward those we encounter day by day.
  • [The Lord's Table]: Mark 10: Humility
    Jane contrasts the self absorption of James and John with the humility of Jesus who, on his way to the cross, was not to be distracted by the adoring crown but did hear the cry of Bartimaeus, who boldly asked for what he needed and having received, followed.
  • [The Lord's Table]: Meaningful mercy
    Donna relates her own experiences of prison ministry and considers when mercy is just. Whilst some cry "Where is God?" she shows how simply being with each other is such a positive, purposeful expression of hope.
  • [The Lord's Table]: Knowing I belong
    Donna begins with a family memory of a familiar meeting place under the clock at Charing Cross - a safe place to return to when lost. With an uncertain future as we emerge from a normality stripped by a virus to an economy shattered by disruption and a society on edge with racial tension she […]
  • [Abiding presence]: Feeling connected
    Bishop Graham reminds us that Trinity Sunday, after Christmas, Easter, Ascension and Pentecost, is when we remember that God is with us through his Spirit - making Jesus near. In a time of physical isolation, when we are still largely confined to our homes, and the peristent separation that lingers in so much of society, we […]