Farewell Sermon: July 2018

May I speak and may we listen, in the name of God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. Texts: Philippians 1:1-11,27 & 4:4-9 Matthew 13:1- 9    ‘The Vicar was leaving the Parish, he went round to say his goodbyes, but had rather a shock when one of his flock, A Lady, had... Continue Reading →

New Blog Series! #WisdomFromTheRule

Today the Church remembers the life, ministry and legacy of the Patron Saint of Europe, St Benedict of Nursia. As an Benedictine Oblate of Ealing Abbey, Benedict is a figure that has journeyed with me most of my teenage and adult life so far, and someone in whom I find much inspiration. His rule, written... Continue Reading →

Trinity Sunday Homily 2018

Sermon preached at St Andrew's Methodist Church, Cardiff: May I speak and may we listen, in the name of God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. I’m sure that most of you will have seen or heard an all age address trying to explain the trinity, or heard a sermon that has done its... Continue Reading →

A Word On Preaching

There are a million ways to play Bach.  The day I discovered this changed my life. I won't say who, how or when - but it did. I'm certainly not in saying this, suggesting that I have the capabilities to play Bach well at all - but I have heard good Bach. I've heard Bach... Continue Reading →

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