Deuteronomy 26.1-11; Psalm 91.1-2, 9-end (or 1-11); Romans 10.8b-13; Luke 4.1-13
Church unity demands openness to a future that is hard to imagine, but worth the work, says Robert Beaken
Isaiah 9.1-4; Psalm 27.1, 4-12 [or 1-11]; 1 Corinthians 1.10-18; Matthew 4.12-23
The Anglican Communion can learn from a fresh ecumenical vision, says Brian Castle
Isaiah 49.1-7; Psalm 40.1-12; 1 Corinthians 1.1-9; John 1.29-42
Isaiah 42.1-9; Psalm 29; Acts 10.34-43; Matthew 3.13-end
Eternal Father, who at the baptism of Jesus revealed him to be your Son, anointing him with the Holy Spirit: grant to us, who are born again by water and the Spirit, that we may be faithful to our calling as your adopted children; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Isaiah 52.7-10; Psalm 98; Hebrews 1.1-4 (5-12); John 1.1-14
Eternal God, who made this most holy night to shine with the brightness of your one true light: bring us, who have
Numbers 6.22-end; Psalm 8; Galatians 4.4-7; Luke 2.15-21
Almighty God, whose blessed Son was circumcised in obedience to the law for our sake and given the Name that is above every name: give us grace faithfully to bear his Name, to worship him in the freedom of the Spirit, and to proclaim hi...
People are longing for peace, says Rupert Martin
Michael Wheeler marks the 150th anniversary of the Cowley Fathers
Hope can be nurtured in the prisons, says David Beedon, in the second of his two-part series