Category Archives: Sunday Reflection

Reflections on Remembrance Day & Sunday Reflection

Reflections on Remembrance Day: Love is more than words; it’s more than a feeling; more than doing what’s easy and convenient. Love means getting down in the hold with someone to give them what they really need. It means getting … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

SUNDAY REFLECTION: All Saints All Saints had its origins in the fourth century, when churches in the East began to celebrate “the feast of the martyrs of the whole world” on the Sunday after Pentecost. Several Western churches adopted this festival … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection: ‘“Jesus told them a parable about their need to pray always and not to lose heart… For context, the section that appears before this parable in Luke’s Gospel is helpful, and we see that today’s reading forms the second … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection

Sunday Reflection: ‘“Jesus told them a parable about their need to pray always and not to lose heart… For context, the section that appears before this parable in Luke’s Gospel is helpful, and we see that today’s reading forms the … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection: ‘If you had faith the size of a mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree, “Be uprooted and planted in the sea”, and it would obey you. This is a good opportunity to ask, What is faith, anyway? Jesus is saying … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection: Every human situation was, for Jesus, an opportunity to grow in wisdom.  The point of this passage is in the commendation of the dishonest steward, not for the moral quality of his behaviour, but for his worldly prudence … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection & Rector’s Corner

Sunday Reflection: “At that time, the tax collectors and sinners were all crowding round to listen to Jesus.They want to listen to Jesus.This is a sign that they do not feel condemned, but rather they feel accepted by Jesus.Jesus had told … Continue reading

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