Lord only speak the Word and I shall be healed by Fr Nick George

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In this podcast Fr Nick George, the Vicar of St Giles Camberwell led the morning service at St Lukes Peckham on the first sunday after Trinity Sunday, where there was one baptism and an exploraton of the gospel text for the Day, Luke 7.1-10.  Fr Nick explores how Jesus’ healing connects with the theology of christian baptism, and the sense […]

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Trinity Sunday: The mystery of God the Holy Trinity makes sense relationally by Jane Steen

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In this podcast  the Ven. Jane Steen, the Archdeacon of Soutthwark in the Woolwich Area of the Diocese of Southwark explores the meaning and implications of God the Holy Trinity as received in the Christian faith by drawing on the Anglican Collect Prayer for the day alongside Proverbs 8.1-4,22-31, Romans 5.1-5 and John 16.12-15.  This was recorded at the parish […]

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Pentecost Sunday: All people are sustained by the giving of the Holy Spirit birthing the love mission of the Church by Gareth Powell

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In this podcast Gareth Powell on Pentecost Sunday 2016 at the St Luke’s Parish Morning Eucharist explores the implications of John 14.8-17[25-27] for the giving of the Holy Spirit not only to sustain all people, but to empower the church as the fellowship birthed out of the giving of the Holy Spirit, to unite the Church as a community reflecting […]

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Easter 7: Jesus’ prayer for unity in diversity for all Christians by Shannon Preston

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  In this podcast Shannon Preston of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s St Anselm Community returned from a month’s silent retreat to preside at St Lukes and to preach drawing on John 17:20-26. In this text Jesus’ prays to the Father for the unity of the disciples and for the Church where he is part of God and that Church joins […]

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Easter 6: Jesus heals on the Sabbath as the fulfillment of the Second Covenant of a loving God by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby builds on the previous podcast on the centrality of the New Commandment, to explore John Chapter 5, where Jesus heals a man who was ill for 36 years significantly on the Sabbath.  Here Jesus not only fulfills the Law but gives it a new interpretation where the focus is on the Kingdom of God.  This […]

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New Monasticism Dialogue: Rachael and Jonathan Lopez and the St Anselm Community

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  In this podcast Rachael and Jonathan Lopez share their experience of giving up a year of their life to serve God as part of the St Anselm Community at Lambeth Palace.  This community literally drew on people from all around the world in and outside of the Anglican Communion.  Rachael and Jonathan are from Melbourne Australia and associated with […]

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Easter 5: Love & Inclusion are central to those who call themselves followers of Jesus

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the theme of the New Commandment in John 13.31-35 where Jesus challenged the disciples to remember the centrality of love.  Jesus speaks with authority here, about love being an action just as much as it being an emotion.   The Church is called to be a transfomrative and inclusive community acting on love. This […]

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Finding inner peace through Christian Spirituality

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There is much about modern life that makes it stressful with the great danger that we exist only at the surface of ourselves.  In Cities life is even faster.  The temptation then comes to fill your life with stuff – netflix a film a podcast what ever it takes to distract yourself. But eventually we all become aware that by […]

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