Pentecost 04 06 17: Persevering in times of violence, reflections following terrorist attacks in South London by Ian Mobsby

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In this reflection on Pentecost Sunday at the St Lukes Contemplative Evening Eucharist Service Ian Mobsby follows a Lectio Divina with some reflections following the terrorist incidents at London Bridge and Borough Market and following a fatal stabbing in North Peckham. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Samaritan Fund St Lukes – An Update and Appeal for more funds for desperate local people

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I am pleased to say that in the last four months we have been able to help 14 desperate families and individuals to keep going when they have not had enough money for food, gas or electricity.  These have all been local residents and one local asylum seeker in the parish. We have funded this totally by generous donations made […]

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Pentecost Sunday: Breathe on me breath of God by Fr John Francis

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In this podcast recorded at the Sunday Morning Parish Eucharist Service on Pentecost Service at St Luke’s Church Camberwell in Peckham, Fr John Francis explores the implications of John 20:19-23 and Acts 2:1-21.  This was recorded on Sunday 4th June 2017. For more information on St Luke’s Church see www.stllukespeckham.co.uk

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Wellspring Rhythm of Life Commitment Service Homily by Bp Christopher Chessun, the Bishop of Southwark

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In this podcast recorded at the first Rhythhm of Life Service of the Wellspring Community at St Lukes Church Peckham, members of the community made commitments to contemplative prayer, community living and loving service before a packed church congregation.  In the address at this service, Bishop Christopher, the Bishop of Southwark, explored the application of Zechariah 8.1-13, Revelation 21.22  – […]

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Easter 6: Discovering God from within by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby on the 6th Sunday of Easter on the 21st May 2017, explores the implications of Acts 17.22-31 and John 14.15-21 to explore Jesus’ teachings and understandings concerning God the Holy Spirit.  Interestingly Jesus says that his followers will descover and know the Holy Spirit by discovering God from within.  This then opens up the importance […]

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Reflections on living under a temporary vow with Jaime and Barton from the St Anselm Community

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On Tuesday 16th of May the New Monastic Community gathered in the Clergy House for our usual Tuesday meal with guests Barton and Jaime who have been part of the non-residential element of the St Anselm Community for a year.  In this evening Jaime and Barton reflect on their experienes and wisdom for the Wellspring Community days before the community […]

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Easter 5: Words of hope and resilence by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby on the fifth Sunday of the season of Easter on the 14th May 2017, Ian explores the implications of John 14:1-14 to reflect on Jesus’ words to the disciples as they walk together from the Last Supper to the Garden of Gethsemane   It ias no concidence that the lectionary explores these words in the […]

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Easter Sunday 2017: Resurrection and the Hope of Humanity by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby on Easter Sunday on the 16th April 2017, explores the implications of Matthew chapter 28 for the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the Hope of Humanity.   The text is hurried and comes across as being in a state of shock, as we forget the resurrection is utterly shocking.  This podcast was recorded at St […]

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Psalm Sunday 2017: What kind of Messiah do you want? by Collins Durueke

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In this podcast Collins Durueke on Palm Sunday on the 9th April 2017, explores the important theme of ‘What kind of Messiah do uoi want?’  We are mindful that on this day we remember that Jesus entered Jerusalem when many expected him to be a warrior Messiah.  Initially excited they quickly realised Jesus was not going to be this type […]

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