Midnight Mass 2017

7th January 2018 Christine Barrow 0

After a year in which the news produced escalating revelations of the appalling behaviour of some, and the perplexing choices made by others, what does the birth of a baby 2,000 years ago have to say to all this?

The Wedding Banquet

22nd December 2017 Christine Barrow 0

The Wedding Banquet 15th Oct.2017     Madingley Exodus 32:1-14 Philippians 4:1-9     Matthew 22:1-14   There is a long-established approach to prayer in the Christian tradition […]

The Tenants in the Vineyard

22nd December 2017 Christine Barrow 0

Tenants in the Vineyard     8th October 2017         Madingley Isaiah 5:1-7    Philippians 3:4b-14   Matthew 21:33-46   The series of parables Jesus told, spread over […]

The Unforgiving Servant

22nd December 2017 Christine Barrow 0

The Unforgiving Servant 17th Sept. 2017         Madingley Exodus 14:19-31        Romans 14:1-12 Matt. 18:21-35   From our earliest years of life, when we learnt to rail […]

“My Ways are not Your Ways.”

18th August 2017 Christine Barrow 0

Rather than a series of books showing us the rules for living good lives, the Bible reveals God’s remarkable, and to us illogical, choices when selecting those who will become leaders and highly influential people in the history of mankind.

From Slavery to Sanctification

18th August 2017 Christine Barrow 0

If we find it hard to be accepted by God just as we are — justified — the next challenge is to recognise that we are called to be made holy — sanctified — through growth in love.

Justification By Faith

18th August 2017 Christine Barrow 0

We are so used to earning the experience of being valued by others, that we apply that approach to our relationship with God. But is that what God asks of us?

Second Sunday before Lent

10th March 2015 Sue Baldwin 0

So what is the Good News which St Mark is proclaiming to us in every thread in his Gospel? What News is so Good that it can change the world? Where do we find it in the tightly packed events in Capernaum?