Our Annual Parochial Church Meeting: 29th April 2018 Midday

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              In preparation for our meeting on 29th April, please find below the following papers published for the purposes of the meeting. The Agenda Chair Reporter 2017 Electoral Officer Report by Sandra Douglas Secretary’s Report Deanery Synod Report by Sunny Lambe Children’s Church Report by Ayo Ojumu Youth Sub-Committee Report by Revd Sandra Schloss […]

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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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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 5: Building a World of Forgiveness & Restorative Justice by Mtr Sandra Schloss

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Revd Sandra considers how we create a World of Forgiving, from The Book of Forgiving by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho, she makes reference to the story of Joseph and his brothers in Genesis 50.15-26, Paul’s letter to the Romans 12.14-21, the story of the woman caught in adultery in John 8.2-12, and recognising the nothing is possible […]

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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 3: Needing forgiveness by Barbara Skliton

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In this podcast recorded on the 3rd Sunday of Lent, Barbara Skilton explores the need to receive forgiveness, using the Book of Forgiving by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho. She refers to Psalm 32, St Pauls first letter to the Corinthians 1.18-25, and the story of the lost son in Luke 15.11-32. We apologise for the interference in […]

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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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What is Epiphany and what does it mean for us today Fr Collins Durueke

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In this podcast, Fe Collins Durueke explores the meaning the season of Epiphany and when we, in particular, remember the birth of Christ. This was recorded at St Luke’s Church Camberwell in Peckham on the first Sunday of Epiphany 2018. You can subscribe to this podcast for free by iTunes by clicking here.

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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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