Monthly Archives: September 2011

Hymn of the week: Yes, God is good, in earth and sky

Sunday evening was my second of three harvest festival services, although as it was Cafe Worship, it wasn’t a traditional service. However I did want to finish with a couple of traditional hymns. Because the accompaniment to singing at Cafe … Continue reading

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Sermon: God’s People

God’s People (Sermon preached on the 2nd Anniversary of the Filipino Methodist Fellowship of the UK) Psalm 100, Colossians 3:11-17 Know that the LORD is God. It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, … Continue reading

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Filipino fellowship

Had a great day yesterday with the Filipino Methodist Fellowship of the UK. The fellowship was celebrating its 2nd Anniversary with a celebration service at Golders Green Trinity Church and very kindly asked me to be their guest preacher. In … Continue reading

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Westfield Stratford City

  Westfield Stratford City is the UK’s newest shopping mall. Depending on how you do your calculations it is also the largest shopping mall in Europe. We visited on Friday and it is certainly impressive, with 300 shops (most already … Continue reading

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Hymn of the week: Go down Moses

This morning’s service at Archway was all-age worship and I took the opportunity to tell the story of Moses, concluding with the Old Testament reading of Exodus 14:19-31, the Parting of the Red Sea. One of the hymns we sang … Continue reading

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Angela Shier-Jones

I was very sorry to hearthat Revd Angela Shier-Jones died early this morning. I didn’t know Angela personally (we were on nodding terms when we met at District Synod) but was very familiar with her writing, her blog and her … Continue reading

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