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Sung Eucharist – 30th July 2020

We are delighted to have been able to resume public worship, but not everyone is able to travel to church safely at present, so we will continue to record our services for the time being. The order of service can be downloaded at this link and guidance on making a Spiritual Communion can be found here.  [Read More]

Start:Stop – William Wilberforce

The relationship of the Church to the issue of slavery is complex. There is shame at the time it took for the church to recognise that slavery contravenes the message of the gospel. Shame at the participation of individuals within the church and the church corporately in slave trading. But pride at the work of  [Read More]

Choral Classics – Glory

We are delighted, thanks to the talents of our Choral Scholars and Musical Director Andrew Earis, to bring you a this week’s online version of Choral Classics. It is led by Rev Stephen Baxter. This week, our final edition for this term, the theme for our music and readings is ‘Glory’ God of glory and  [Read More]

Morning Prayer – 27th July 2020

Join Phillip for Morning Prayer, according to the Book of Common Prayer, for the online community of St Augustine’s College of Theology, where he is a student. Follow the order of service at this link.  Psalms : 120, 121, 122, 123, 124 and 125 Readings : 1 Samuel 10.1-16 and Luke 22.24-30

Sung Eucharist – 23rd July 2020

We are delighted to have been able to resume public worship, but not everyone is able to travel to church safely at present, so we will continue to record our services for the time being. The order of service can be downloaded at this link, the prayers can be found here and guidance on making a Spiritual  [Read More]

Readings for this week

Thank you to David Atterbury Thomas for recording the readings for our service this week. The Epistle is Romans 8.12-25 and the Gospel reading is the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, Matthew 13.24-30, 36-43

Start:Stop-Mary Magdalene

The academic Anna Carter Florence has said that the best literature uses language that moves – and encourages us to read scripture ‘verbs first’. For many centuries, parts of the church seem to have been distracted by the nouns it has chosen to ascribe to Mary Magdalene. Sinner. Prostitute. But she is best remembered for  [Read More]

Choral Classics – Journeying

We are delighted, thanks to the talents of our Choral Scholars and Musical Director Andrew Earis, to bring you a this week’s online version of Choral Classics. It is led by Rev Stephen Baxter. This week, the theme for our music and readings is ‘Journeying’ I heard the voice of Jesus say Lead me, Lord  [Read More]

Sung Eucharist – 16th July 2020

We were delighted to be able to resume public worship last week, but not everyone is able to travel to church safely at present, so we will continue to record our services for the time being. The order of service can be downloaded at this link, the prayers can be found here and guidance on  [Read More]

Readings for this week

Thank you to Jonathan Shiels for recording the readings for our service this week. The Epistle is Romans 8.1-11 and the Gospel reading is the Parable of the Sower, Matthew 13,1-9, 18-23