New Citizens – Philippians (Philippians 2:1-11)

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Today, we continue our series on Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi.  Philippians, written while Paul was in a prison cell, possibly in Rome, is a thank you letter expressing gratitude to the Christian church in Philippi for being partners with Paul in the spreading of the Gospel. Philippi was a Roman colonial city […]

New Citizens – Philippians – A new way of seeing

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Philippians, written while Paul was in a prison cell, possibly in Rome, is a thank you letter expressing gratitude to the Christian church in Philippi for being partners with Paul in the spreading of the gospel. Philippi was a Roman colonial city on the Egnatian Way, it was a cultural and religious melting pot. As […]

New Citizens – the Letter to the Philippians

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Today we start a series on Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi.  Philippians, written while Paul was in a prison cell, possibly in Rome, is a thank you letter expressing gratitude to the Christian church in Philippi for being partners with Paul in the spreading of the gospel. Philippi was a Roman colonial city […]

Hope on the Road

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Today we are going to hear the ending to Luke’s Gospel which tells the story of two of the disciples who encounter Jesus, following his resurrection, on the road to Emmaus. Their despair at Jesus’ death is turned to joy and they race back to Jerusalem to tell all the other disciples that Jesus is […]

A Lenten Journey with Les Miserables: The Bishop of Digne

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Luke 10:25-37; Luke 24:28-31 This Sunday is the second in the season of Lent. Our series for Lent draws on the story and characters of Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables. The series is based on a book called ‘Another Story Must Begin’, a Lenten study series written by the priest at a Church in England used […]