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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Forgiveness and Reconilitation as a Way of Life by Mtr Sandra Schloss

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 24th September 2017, Mtr Sandra Schloss explores the theme of Forgivensss as a way of life as explored by Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew Chapter 20. This podcast was recorded at the Parish Church of St Luke Peckham. 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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Supporting the Saints, homily by Archdeacon Jane Steen on the licensing of Revd Sandra Schloss as Senior Assistant Curate St Luke’s Peckham

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In this podcast the Ven. Jane Steen expplores the impliications of St Paul’s letter to the Colossians and the implications for ministry today.  This was recorded on 6th September 2017 on the licensing of Revd Sandra Schloss as Assistant Senior Curate at St Luke’s Church (Camberwell) in Peckham. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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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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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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