Vicar's News - 29 August 2021

In this morning's gospel reading, Jesus reflects on the defilement that comes from people’s evil hearts, rather than from what they consume

Vicar's News - 22 August 2021

"I set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth. And it shall come to pass....

Vicar's News - 16 May 2021

Prior to his ascension, Jesus commissioned his disciples to attend to God's mission. How we think of mission has changed over the years...

Vicar's News - 20 December 2020

This weekend our Gospel reading is the annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary – the angel Gabriel announces that she is to have a child...

Vicar's News - 8 November 2020

On the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month, a minutes’ silence is observed and dedicated to those soldiers who died...

Vicar's News - 1 November 2020

This morning we celebrate the feast of All Saints. No Christian is solitary. Through baptism we become members one of another in Christ...

Vicar's News - 25 October 2020

This morning we hear again the two great commandments of Jesus... love the Lord your God ...love your neighbour...

Vicar's News - 18 October 2020

This morning we celebrate the feast of St Luke the Evangelist, who wrote the Gospel bearing his own name and also the Acts of the Apostles.

Vicar's News - 11 October 2020

The wedding banquet: This morning our Gospel reading is Jesus’ parable about the king who organised a wedding banquet for his son...

Vicar's News - 4 October 2020

The wicked tenants: In the first century, if a landowner didn't have an heir, the land became the property of the tenants...

Vicar's News - 27 September 2020

Deeply valuable symbolism is thoroughly embedded in two of Jesus’ parables, both of which begin, “A certain man had two sons.” ...

Vicar's News - 20 September 2020

Manna from heaven: It seems we are never satisfied with what we have, even when we can see it as being directly provided by God...