7th July 2019: Unity

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In a society at times more focused on reinforcing division than finding common ground, the Dean reminds us of the message in Galatians - we are all one in Christ.

“There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” Galatians 3:28

Diocese of Sheffield Ordinations 2019

The Reverend Richard Peers encourage the ordinands to continue to seek out God’s presence and stay close to Jesus.

The Reverend Richard Peers reminds the newly ordained Deacons to never forget their first love and to always tell people about Jesus.

The Bishop of Maidstone Rod Thomas reminds the ordinands that if their heart is beating for the Lord He will use them for His glory.

14th April 2019: Palm Sunday

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As we enter Holy Week, listen to this week’s Cathedral podcast from the Dean and be reminded that you will never be abandoned without God.

God, and God in Christ, is with us in our darkness and our despair - wherever we are, however much we feel overwhelmed by injustice or sin, God is there with us and bears the pain of it with us.

Gospel reading: Luke 22:14-23

31st March 2019: Mothering Sunday

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‘If Mothering Sunday is about nothing more than the sugary sentimentality of verses on flower strewn cards, it’s a far cry from reality for many people…and the Church has done the world a disservice.’

On Mothering Sunday, Revd Amanda Baraclough reminds us that the heart of God reaches out towards all who carry the cost of parenting.

Reading: Exodus 2:1 – 10  

10th March 2019: The Wilderness

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Have you been in the wilderness?

Jesus spent 40 days in the desert - in the the wilderness. This Lent, Canon Keith Farrow invites you to experience the wilderness as a place you can go for nourishment, hope and help. He invites you to remember that God has given you a foundation to stand on in the wilderness.

You are God’s beloved - God is well pleased with you.

Gospel reading: Luke 4:1-13