Come and See | Epiphany 2 by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast, Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Philip and Nathanael choosing to follow Jesus as some of the first disciples. It is possible they were previously disciples of John the Baptist. There is much in this text John 1.43-51 to inspire us to be modern-day followers in the 21st century. For more information on St Lukes Church see […]

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Revised new Children’s Church 2018

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From the beginning of January 2018, we launch our new Children’s Church as a new venture promoting fun and exploration of Christianity to build the Christians of tomorrow. We give a very big thanks to Seki and Ugo who has kept going Sunday School for 2017. With the beginning of two initiatives, we are seeking to develop the Children’s Church […]

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Jesus comes as a liberating gift of love for you by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores thebirth of Jesus as a cosmological gift of liberation, as a transformative gift of love that we remember in the season of Christmas – the Christ Mass. This gift of love is open to everyone, all you need do is follow. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Finding Advent Joy in times of challenge by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores Isaiah 61 and the theme of finding joy and laughter in difficult times on Gaudette Sunday, the 3rd Sunday of Advent 2017.  Gaudette Sunday remembers the significance and example of Mary the Mother of God sometimes called the ‘Theotokos’. This was recorded on the 17th December 2017. For more information on St Lukes Church […]

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Peckham Citizens and Community Organising by Fr Edward Collier

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In this podcast Fr Edward Collier, one of the founders of Peckham Citizens, part of UK Citiziens explores the approach of community activism now widely called ‘community organising’.  This finds its roots in the civil rights movement in the USA and now used quite widely tio empower those who have no voice or who are marginalised. Fr Edward talks of […]

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Understanding Salvation as the Outcome of the Way we choose to live by Mtr Sandra Schloss

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In this podcast reccorded on 26th November 2017 on Christ the King Sunday, Mtr Sandra Schloss explores the connection between Salvation and the outcome of the way we live as explained in Jesus’ teaching recorded at Matthew 25.31-46. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Robes Project at St Lukes Church November 2017

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Thanks to the team who helped staff the Robes Project, enabling 16 homeless adults to sleep in St Luke’s Church Hall with dinner and breakfast.  This is such an important thing to do at this time of the year.  So thanks to Andrew and Elsa for coordinating the effort… Helping those who have ended up with no roof over their […]

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Can you help?: Spring 2018: St Luke’s Local Samaritan Fund for those who are desperate

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Over the last year we have been able to support families and single people living in the North Peckham Area who have become destitute because of either the implementation of Universal Credit and its 6 week wait, or because of being punished by our welfare benefits system, when an individual did not turn up to a review appointment largely because […]

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Remembrance and God’s call for justice and freedom from oppression by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the writings of the Wisdom of Solomon, Amos and the Gospel of Matthew to explore the theme of Rememberance and the call of GOd for justice and freedom from oppression.  Ian outlines the story of his grandfather to illustrate the human cost of war, and how it has blighted Europe foe centuries.  This was […]

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