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The Ragman – finding redemption in the pain and tears of Manchester and Egypt

Reading for Sunday 28 May 2017 – St John the Baptist Felixstowe God give you peace my sisters and brothers C.S. Lewis famously described pain as, ‘God’s megaphone to rouse a deaf world.’ Perhaps this week, in the aftermath  of the bomb killing twenty-two young people in Manchester and the bus attack in Egypt which saw… Continue reading The Ragman – finding redemption in the pain and tears of Manchester and Egypt

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Doorkeepers of Heavenly Homes

Doorkeepers of Heavenly Homes Sermon for the Fifth Sunday of Easter – 14 May 2017 – St John the Baptist, Felixstowe. Text: In my Father’s house there are many dwelling-places (John 14v2) God give you peace my sisters and brothers. In 2014 our Diocese (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich) celebrated 100 years since it was created.  Other dioceses… Continue reading Doorkeepers of Heavenly Homes

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The Road Goes Ever On – it is only as we journey that we begin to arrive.

The Road Goes Ever On – it is only as we journey that we begin to arrive. Sermon: St John the Baptist, Felixstowe – Sunday 30 April 2017 TEXT: As they came near the village to which they were going, he walked ahead as if he were going on – Luke 24v28 God give you… Continue reading The Road Goes Ever On – it is only as we journey that we begin to arrive.

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Will it be May in June? The dangers of being a ‘jobs-worth’ in the polling booth

Will it be May in June?  The dangers of being a ‘jobs-worth’ in the polling booth    I had just passed my 18th birthday when my family left these shores for South Africa in 1975 so I never had the opportunity to vote in a General Election in the country of my birth until after… Continue reading Will it be May in June? The dangers of being a ‘jobs-worth’ in the polling booth