18th Sunday of the Year

This week’s sermon is by Kathryn Rose For the last few weeks our Gospel readings have been some of the parables of Jesus: analogies for what the Kingdom of God is like, and how the world works. This week, the reading is an account of a more direct example. It’s a familiar story to many […]

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17th Sunday of the Year

The sermon for today is by Alan. In today’s Gospel, we hear the last of the parables Jesus told in what is sometimes called the Sermon on the Beach. Jesus came down to the Sea of Galilee, and he attracted such a great crowd that the disciples decided to row him out in a boat […]

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16th Sunday of the Year

One of the most terrifying responsibilities that I acquired over lockdown was that of keeping the soup garden going. I think it’s been pretty successful on the whole, and I’ve enjoyed it, but I have gained a new appreciation for how much work gardening can be. Weeding is of course one of the tasks, but […]

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15th Sunday of the Year

Last night I was looking through the internet to find some an image to put up on our social media to advertise today’s Mass. I came across an extraordinary selection of art that depicted the Parable of the Sower. It is, after all, a famous parable. The first one, shown here, was not quite what […]

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Welcome (back) to church

We’re very excited to announce that we’re back to celebrating Mass together from Sunday 5th July. We’ve put some measures in place to ensure that you can worship safely, and to help you make an informed decision about whether or not you feel able to join us in person. Watch the video below to see […]

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