Our God of overcoming barriers – the healing of the Canaanite Woman’s daughter by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Jesus’ actions concerning the healing of the Canaanite Woman’s daughter.  This passage gives us all hope as this nameless oppressed woman challenges the barriers of sexism, racism and xenophobia to seek Jesus as a Messial to all people’s even through the prejudice of the disciples.  This passage gives all of us […]

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Tea With Friends Every Wednesday 12 midday to 1pm

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Ever find yourself free on a Wednesday between midday and 1pm?  Why not come and join us in the St Luke’s Church Hall to join members of the Church and staff team for a hot drink, food, sandwiches and cake.  This is a great opportunity to meet new people who live in the area.  No fee no expectations, just turn […]

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Two New Curates for St Lukes Church from Sept 2017

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We are very much looking forward to welcoming our two new Curates to expand our priestly  ministry team by literally a 300% increase in time.  We welcome our new Senior Curate, Revd Sandra Schloss and our new NSM Curate, Revd Collins Durueke to St Luke’s. Sandra will be licensed at St Luke’s Church on Weds 6th September at 7.30pm by […]

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Public Consultation: Three New Church Signs onsite Aug 9 to Oct 9 2017

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            Given all the feedback from local people that the lack of decent signage on the site of the Church makes people think the Church has closed, the Church Council of St Luke’s under the direction of the Priest in Charge has put in for planning permission and what is called a faculty application with […]

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Jesus calms the storms of our lives by Collins Durueke

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 13h August 2017, Collins Durueke explores the gospel text of the day, Matthew 14.22-33 to explore the implications of the calming of the storm. In difficult times, the water always represents chaos, so it is deeply significant that Jesus calms the storm, and therefore calms the storms of our lives in the uncertainty of […]

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Open Hearts as Good Soil, an interpretation of the Parable of the Sower by Collins Durueke

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 17th July 2017, Collins Durueke explores the gospel parable of the Sower, to explore the connection between the Kingdom of God, the openness of our hearts to God, and our effectiveness as Christians in the world. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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Mission, Inclusivity and being a Compassionate Church by Collins Durueke

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In this podcast on the 18th June 2017, Collins Durueke explores the theme of compassion, mission and inclusivity from Matthew 9.35 – 10.8 [9-23].  This  was recorded on the 1st Sunday after Trinity, at St Luke’s Peckham. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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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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