You need to see signs? Well, here is one!

Jonathan Rowe, 6 November 2022

We’re all called to be radical saints, beacons of light

Mary Copping, 30 October 2022

The word of God is always dynamic and uncontainable

Liz Stuart, 23 October 2022

An authentic encounter with God

Liz Stuart, 9 October 2022

Jesus, the source and substance of true life, divine life, available to all

Liz Stuart, 2 October 2022

Mirroring the love and generosity that God shows to us

Mary Copping, 25 September 2022

Lament – a visceral reaction to suffering

Jonathan Rowe, 18 September 2022

Mourning for HM The Queen

Jonathan Rowe, 11 September 2022


Jonathan Rowe, 4 September 2022

We’re all VIPs

Jonathan Rowe, 28 August 2022

The Sabbath is all about release from the daily grind, from the things that preoccupy

Liz Stuart, 21 August 2022

Simple, quiet, unquestioning obedience

Mary Copping, 14 August 2022

Listen, and then respond

Jonathan Rowe, 7 August 2022

Let’s re-centre our hearts – our attitudes, our whole personality, our very selves

Christopher Seaman, 31 July 2022

The Lord’s Prayer is about liberation

Jonathan Rowe, 24 July 2022

Connect with God to be filled and restored

Mary Copping, 17 July 2022

A parable to shake us out of prejudice and complacency

Liz Stuart, 10 July 2022

A message of peace with God, with each other, with creation

Jonathan Rowe, 3 July 2022

We practise love so it becomes our guiding light, a constant refrain in our lives

Jonathan Rowe, 26 June 2022

Possession and proclamation

Jonathan Rowe, 19 June 2022

The Trinity: God as love that overflows itself

Liz Stuart, 12 June 2022

Three responses to God’s whispers

Rebecca Denny, Sandra Lewis and Barbara Dorward, 29 May 2022

Healing for ourselves, our relationships, our communities, our planet

Mary Copping, 22 May 2022

How, practically, can our relationship with the whole Christian family be one in which we both give and receive, standing as equals?

Peter Casey, 15 May 2022

Interpreting the world through the eyes of God is the great gift that we as Easter people bring to world

Liz Stuart, 8 May 2022

Overwhelming evidence for the resurrection

Christopher Seaman, 24 April 2022

Because Jesus has risen from the dead, dying is just a portal now into a greater life

Liz Stuart and Mary Copping, 17 April 2022

The mystery of our salvation begins by stepping into darkness and entropy

Liz Stuart, 14 April 2022

Two people who gave up their all for Jesus

Mary Copping, 3 April 2022

An alternative song of motherhood

Liz Stuart, 27 March 2022

A cure for the curse of self-absorption

Will Ridpath, 20 March 2022

When we give of ourselves, we imitate and participate in the nature of God

Liz Stuart and Mary Copping, 13 March 2022

Open, honest, respectful and brave – with God and each other

Sandra Lewis, 27 February 2022

Help in a terrifying situation

Mary Copping, 20 February 2022

The Church’s agenda is about levelling down

Liz Stuart, 13 February 2022

The prisons of our own fears may just begin to open up

Christopher Seaman, 30 January 2022

After the Ascension, Jesus was and is still here

Keith Anderson, 23 January 2022

God says to everybody who has ever existed: you are my belovèd child

Liz Stuart, 9 January 2022

Perhaps we need the wacky and disreputable to give us insight into who Jesus is?

Liz Stuart, 2 January 2022

The light that blazes forth in the face of ultimate destruction

Mary Copping and Liz Stuart, 25 December 2021

The mystery of God who crosses all borders

Liz Stuart, 24 December 2021

Mary – young, poor and female, but ‘highly favoured’

Mary Copping, 19 December 2021

Hang on to joy when the toxic shadows of our world close in

Liz Stuart, 12 December 2021

Waiting for the baby to be born, but also for the time when there will be no more pain or tears

Mary Copping, 5 December 2021

The universe as we know it is heading towards God’s new creation

Peter Casey, 28 November 2021

Christ the King, sovereign of vast galaxies and black holes

Keith Anderson, 21 November 2021

Remembrance Day: human cruelty and destructiveness is enough to make you despair

Mary Copping and Liz Stuart, 14 November 2021

Our futures are not foreclosed – the kingdom of God can break them open

Liz Stuart, 7 November 2021

All Saints’ and All Souls’: love reaches through and beyond death to eternal life with God

Mary Copping, 31 October 2021

The Word of God is a dangerous thing – lovingly, graciously dangerous

Paul Burt, 24 October 2021

Vulnerability that allows the kingdom of God to break forth as love and healing

Liz Stuart, 17 October 2021

Would you give away your privilege with joyful abandon?

Will Ridpath, 10 October 2021

A harvest to share as we live out our beliefs

Mary Copping, 3 October 2021

How do we treat those who are similar but different to us?

Liz Stuart, 26 September 2021

So many choices!

Christopher Seaman, 19 September 2021

God’s word to humanity has been revealed through a whole history of Jewish and Christian communities

Keith Anderson, 12 September 2021

It’s okay to sigh and groan to God, but then keep working to change the world for the better

Liz Stuart, 5 September 2021

We should be a community that’s not afraid of a bit of chaos

Revd Mary Copping and Revd Liz Stuart, 29 August 2021

We can never lose each other, but for now, ‘Goodbye, Farewell and Amen’

Liz Stuart, 22 August 2021

Farewell sermon offering three words for pilgrims: alongside, listen, kindness

Peter Seal, 15 August 2021