The Importance of Scripture by Mtr Sandra Schloss

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In this podcast Mtr Sandra Schloss draws on Nehemiah Chapter 8 and Matthew Chapter 24 to explore the importance of Scripture.  This was recorded at the Sunday Morning Eucharist Service on Bible Sunday on the 29th October to 2017. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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A spirituality of happiness in adversity – Jesus’ teachings in the Beatitudes by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores  the theme og a spirituality of happiness in adversity from Jesus’ teachings of the Beatitudes as recorded in the Gospels .  This was recorded at St Lukes Peckham on Sunday 5th November 2017. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Building Community out of Conflict by Revd Sandra Schloss

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 10th September 2017, the Revd Sandra Schloss, the new Senior Curate to the parish of St Luke (Camberwell) in Peckham explores the theme in Romans 13.8-14 and Matthew 18.15-20 around dealing with conflict and being the Body of Christ, beloved by God. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Welcome to three new members of the Wellspring New Monastic Community at St Lukes

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on Sunday 30th July 2017, in the Evening Service of St Luke’s, three new members joined our Wellspring New Monastic Community. So we want to say a very big welcome to: Jaime Creeth Barton Creeth Megan Barford who all committed to the seasonal vows.  This is very exciting and expands the numbers involved in the Community as: Participants: Elsa Marshall […]

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What is New Monasticsm? The Spiritual story of Adam Bucko, founder in New York in dialogue with the Wellspring Community Peckham

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 11th July 2017, Adam Bucko told his life story to unpack how new monasticism impacted his life, spirituality and world.  Adam is a founder of a radical new monastic commuiity in New York whose loving action was the support and encouragememt of street homeless young people.  Adam’s story is quite unique with influences from […]

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Trinity Sunday: The nature of God and the Great Commission by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast on Trinity Sunday 2017, Ian Mobsby explores the connection between the nature of the Trinity and Jesus’ calling to the disciples, sometimes called the Great Commission.  This was recorded in the Sunday Morning Eucharist Service at St Lukes Church Peckham on the 11th June 2017. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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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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Reflections on Post-Truth, Brexit and Trump as signs of pain and disappointment in our humanity in a post-Christian age

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Whether we like to face it or not, but both the vote for Brexit and Trump are a sign not just in the sense of disenfranchisement, but there is also a palpable sense of disappointment with life particularly the ongoing struggle with the pain of life.  I do think this situation is largely due to the reduction of religion and […]

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Developing the New Monastic Society of the Holy Trinity in 2017

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After a number of significant dialogues, the Wellspring Community, the New Monastic Community of St Luke’s Peckham, is planning to be part of a developing and very new form of religious community, in what is seeking to be recognised formerly in the Church of England as an ‘Acknowledged Religious Community’. In a new experiment in the Church of England, it […]

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