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A call to discipleship – self-leadership under the guidance of the Holy Spirit

Today the World over leaders are being challenged. We are very fortunate to have the President that we have. But all leaders, including me, are being challenged . Everywhere people are calling out crying out in desperation for good leadership. Abraham Lincoln said " “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to… Continue reading A call to discipleship – self-leadership under the guidance of the Holy Spirit

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The Priests Perspective 7 May 2020 “ The Church living as the Body of Christ”

28 There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all of you are one in Christ Jesus. 29 And if you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham’s offspring,k heirs according to the promise.[1] Central to the teaching of St Paul… Continue reading The Priests Perspective 7 May 2020 “ The Church living as the Body of Christ”

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Dream Dreams

Don’t give up on your dreams! Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things. (Colossians 3:2) We all have an expectation of the future. I’d like to break that down into three. Dreams, Plans and Hope. Right now we cannot give up, on our hope – which is our faith that God is… Continue reading Dream Dreams

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Sabbath offline 2 May 2020

Yesterday was a great day. One, I took my own advice and it worked and it made me feel more confident in myself. Being disconnected was a very necessary process. In the last few weeks we have been transferring our one on one physical contact, this longing for contact, we have sought in other ways… Continue reading Sabbath offline 2 May 2020

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Priests Perspective 28 April 2020

Being a priest to a church in the current reality of #Lockdown is a complicated venture. We are accustomed to Sunday Services and face to face interactions. We preach or teach to a group of people who we can see and watch their reaction and interpret their moods and see their concerns and use group… Continue reading Priests Perspective 28 April 2020

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From the Rectors Desk – Good Friday – 10 April 2020

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. Last night the Lockdown was extended till the end of the month. In a brave and decisive and well-articulated statement by the President, he acknowledged our sacrifice and called us to endure longer and adapt to a new reality. As the… Continue reading From the Rectors Desk – Good Friday – 10 April 2020

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Midday Reflection from the Rector

The Triduum The Triduum (from the Latin meaning three days) is often referred to as The Three Great Days – Maundy Thursday- Good Friday- Easter Vigil. According to this tradition there is a difference in the way we enter into the spirituality of Triduum and that of Easter Day.  As we observe the Triduum we… Continue reading Midday Reflection from the Rector

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Lent as a time of Preparation for Baptism

Baptism a participation in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Traditionally Lent has been a time of intense preparation for Baptism. In the Early Church there were many converts from other religions to Christianity and they needed to learn about the Doctrine and Theology of the Christian faith which was in stark contrast to… Continue reading Lent as a time of Preparation for Baptism

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The Priest’s Perspective: 24 December 2019

To the People of God. Christmas is a special time of rebirth. I was baptized on Christmas Day 1970, and so for me it is my Christian birthday. I therefore share a birthday celebration with Jesus my Lord and Saviour - and being Human is very much a part of our lives in Christ. There… Continue reading The Priest’s Perspective: 24 December 2019

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Holy Week From The Rector’s Desk

It’s not surprising that there are so many books available on the life and times of Jesus the Christ covering His birth, ministry, death and resurrection . And it is not surprising that these books do not exhaust the topic. I pray that over this Holy Week you will deepen your relationship with God and… Continue reading Holy Week From The Rector’s Desk