Easter: The struggle for Hope & Living as a Christian by Ian Mobsby

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This podcast was recorded on the third sunday of Easter 2018, where Ian Mobsby explores the implication of the Gospel text Luke 24: 13-38 which explores the familiar stories of the Road to Emmaus and the first appearance of Jesus to the disciples.  These texts are crucial for our encouragement and hope looking back from the 21st Century, and says […]

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Urgent Communication: Delay of APCM from 22nd to 29th April from Midday

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Dear Sisters and Brothers  I am writing to you as a matter of urgency to let you know that after due consideration of the St Lukes Standing Committee and as the Priest in Charge of St Lukes, that we are delaying the Annual Parochial Church Council Meeting from the planned date of 22nd April to 29th April.  I do not […]

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Podcast: Maundy Thurs & Good Friday 2018 by Collins Durueke

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In this shorter than usual podcast, Fr Collins Durueke explores the themes of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday to explore these days of the climax of Holy Week, when Jesus instructs his disciples regarding what comes next even though they have no idea what Jesus is talking about.  This was recorded at St Lukes Church on the 29th March 2018. […]

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Palm Sunday 2018: Jesus’s Messianic highpoint jolts us to be mindful of the things of ultimate importance by Collins Durueke

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In this podcast, Fr Collins Durueke explores the importance of Palm Sunday and Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem.  As we enter into Holy Week in 2018 we are mindful that this time of year us full of busyness, but Palm Sunday should jolt us to be mindful of those factors of ultimate importance in our lives. This homily was recorded […]

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Lent 4 | Mothers Day & Forgiving Yourself by Collins Durueke

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In this podcast recorded on Mothers Day 2018, Collins Durueke explores the two central truths about forgiveness.  There is nothing that cannot be forgiven and there is no one undeserving of forgiveness. This series continues drawing on the Book of Forgiveness 2014 by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his Ordained daughter, Mpho Tutu. 20180311 – Lent 4 – LEAFLET FOR CONGREGATION […]

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Lent 1 | Why we should forgive by Mtr Roxanne Hunte

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In this podcast, the second in our Lent Season, Mtr Rozanne Hunte on the Second Sunday of Lent and Racial Justice Sunday explore the importance of why we should forgive – that God forgives the inexcusable in us to that we can forgive others.   She makes reference to the Prophet Micah 6.6-8, Colossians 3.12-13 &  The Gospel of Matthew 18.23.35. […]

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Forgiveness is God’s Purpose by Mtr Sandra Schloss

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In this podcast recorded on the Sunday before Lent, on 4th February 2018, Mtr Sandra Schloss began with this important introduction to the Lent Series we will be undertaking in St Luke’s Church on Sunday Mornings.  This series will be following the incredible book by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho, called aptly ‘The Book of Forgiveness’.  Today’s homily draws […]

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Wisdom found in following the Way of Jesus by Sandra Schloss

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In this podcast Mtr Sandra Schloss explores the theme of wisdom to be found as feminine in the Hebrew Scriptures, and the connection between this more feminine side of the nature of God and wisdom.  The wisdom tradition was prevalent within all the tribes and nations of the Ancient Near East, and so it is not surprising that the Bible in the […]

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The importance of togetherness and unity for Jesus by Mtr Sandra Schloss

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In this podcast Sandra Schloss explores the implications of Psalm 111, Revelation 12.1-5a and Mark 1.21-28 to explore the theme of togetherness, and why this is important to Jesus.  This was recorded at St Luke’s Church Peckham on 28th January 2018. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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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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