The Mystery of the Holy Trinity fully explained

A sermon for Trinity Sunday   The Trinity were planning a holiday. The Spirit, manifesting the creative part of the divine nature, was coming up with the ideas. “Let’s go to Los Angeles,” the Spirit suggested.“No, no, no,” said the Father, “They’re all so liberated, they’ll spend the whole time calling me ‘Mother’ and theyContinue reading “The Mystery of the Holy Trinity fully explained”

Pentecost – a sermon not THAT good

Acts 2.14-21 The Vicar was saying goodbye to folks at the door after the service.  A woman said, “Vicar, that was a marvellous sermon.” The Vicar said, “Oh, I have to give the credit to the Holy Spirit.” “It wasn’t THAT good!” she replied. Today we are thinking about the Holy Spirit, and as weContinue reading “Pentecost – a sermon not THAT good”

Acts of the Apostles – a sermon by Margaret Offerman

We have a welcome exposure to the Acts of the Apostles in the weeks after Easter and then they disappear from the lectionary for another year, like an aged uncle invited for Christmas dinner and then given a lift back home.  But it deserves  to be more frequently read at main services.  It  contains theContinue reading “Acts of the Apostles – a sermon by Margaret Offerman”