A Sermon for Christmas Morning

As you know, I usually bring a picture to talk about on Christmas morning. This year’s is a wall painting from a church in a little place called Easby, near Richmond in N Yorkshire. These medieval  paintings were whitewashed over in the Reformation and were uncovered in the middle of the 1800s. What struck me…Continue reading A Sermon for Christmas Morning

Liturgy with few words

And now we give you thanks because, In the darkness you come as our light, In our despair you come as our hope, And, far from home, you draw near in love. 

Liturgy with Few Words

We will us this on the fourth Sunday of Advent as Christmas begins to tint the edges of Advent We believe in God, who, in Jesus, came to share our lives: He came as a newborn child,  far from home,  cradled in poverty. We believe in the child of Mary, who came in weakness so…Continue reading Liturgy with Few Words