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And we impart this in words not taught by human wisdom but taught by the Spirit, interpreting spiritual truths to those who are spiritual.

 

1 Corinthians 2:13

Sunday 11 April 2021

As we are still in the Easter period, I want to begin with the greeting we say at the beginning of our Easter services, “Christ is Risen Indeed, Hallelujah!” We’ll explore what this means in our sermon today...

Sermon - Angela Hannafin
00:00 / 10:17
Intercessions - Dickson Family
00:00 / 03:29

"Doubting Thomas”, Caravaggio

Service update

4 April, 2021
 

As we gradually come out of lockdown, we continue to hear positive news on the coronavirus figures and many of our congregation have already had their first vaccinations - some even their second, which is very encouraging. However, we must proceed with caution and stick to the guidelines during this transition time and our churches will remain closed for regular services until we can ensure that it is safe to reopen them for those attending and for those running the services. 

In the meantime our online services continue, as do our our monthly parish quizzes on Wednesday nights. Contact the Parish Office if you would like to join the quiz.

Sermons from previous services

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4 April 2021

Why is this day so important? Why are Christians celebrating all over the world? Why have we felt it was...

28 March 2021

Our Lenten journey now brings us to that most famous of occasions, Jesus entering into Jerusalem...

21 March 2021

Tuesday this week is an important date. It marks one year precisely since Boris Johnson leaned over his desk and told...

14 March 2021

What is peace anyway? Does God value it? How can it impact us in this state of lockdown we’re still in?

7 March 2021

As we continue our Lenten journey, we’re going to explore the third quality of what makes us Christian, looking at 'welcome'.

28 February 2021

As we continue our Lenten journey, we’re going to explore the second quality that makes us Christian based on our parish...

21 February 2021

I’m a big fan of Jeremy Vine on Radio 2, and I particularly like listening to his “What Makes us Human" podcast, where...

14 February 2021

It's felt like a long winter, hasn't it but the other day I went out for the usual daily walk with the dogs and I was dazzled by the...

7 February 2021

On Tuesday afternoon my phone pinged with a news alert, and I quickly glanced at it. The headline made my heart sink. Sir...

31 January 2021

Welcome to another Sofa Sermon. What a week. It’s been a very tough time. Like me, you were probably horrified to see the death...

24 January 2021

John’s gospel is as a kind of treasure hunt, with clues carefully laid out for us to follow, to tell us who Jesus really is. The story of the...

17 January 2021

Life in 2021 continues to echo the strangeness of last year. We’ve discovered words we never knew about. Zoom was just an...

10 January 2021

What a difference a day makes, as the song says. At the end of our usual Sunday services last week, I had no idea that...

3 January 2021

Happy New Year! Yes, what a year it has been. Who would have thought that last year we were clinking glasses and...

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SAINT MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH

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