Deuteronomy 26.1-11; Psalm 91.1-2, 9-end (or 1-11); Romans 10.8b-13; Luke 4.1-13
Adrian Leak relishes the persistence and joy of the social campaigner
Proper 13: Ecclesiastes 1.2, 12-14, 2.18-23; Psalm 49.1-12; Colossians 3.1-11; Luke 12.13-21
We can all learn from the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins, who took the time to look at the world around him, writes Michael Burgess
Proper 12: Genesis 18.20-32; Psalm 138; Colossians 2.6-15 [16-19]; Luke 11.1-13
Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; through Jesus Chr...
Small remote churches are full of warmth, welcome, and worship, argues Fiona Newton
Genesis 18.1-10a; Psalm 15; Colossians 1.15-28; Luke 10.38-end Almighty Lord and everlasting God, we beseech you to direct, sanctify and govern both our hearts and bodies in the ways of your laws and the works of your commandments; that through your most mighty protection, both here and ever, we ma...
Ian Cowley relishes contemplative words for a busy world
Angela Ashwin explores the blend of the personal and the corporate
Proper 10: Deuteronomy 30.9-14; Psalm 25.1-10; Colossians 1.1-14; Luke 10.25-37
Lord of all power and might, the author and giver of all good things: graft in our hearts the love of your name, increase in us true religion, nourish us with all goodness, and of your great mercy keep us in the same; th...
Habakkuk 2.1-4; Psalm 31.1-6; Ephesians 2.19-end; John 20.24-29