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Revd Jonathan Cain: Germs and Jesus

Trinity 14 02 September 2018 10.30 Sung Eucharist Revd Jonathan Cain James 1: 17-end, Mark 7: 1-8, 14-15 & 21-23 “Germs and Jesus,” shouted the seven year old to her parents. “Germs and Jesus!  You keep telling me they’re important, and yet I can’t see any of them.”  What this little exchange illustrates is that […]

The Rector: The bread of ages

05 August 2018 10.30 Sung Eucharist The Tenth Sunday after Trinity Canon Simon Cowling Ephesians 4. 1-16; John 6. 24-35  First make flour from wild wheat and wild barley; then pound the tubers of wild plants that grow in water (like sedges or bull-rushes) to a dry pulp; mix together with water to make a […]

Revd Jonathan Cain: Whoever …

Trinity 2 10 June 2018 10.30 Sung Eucharist Revd Jonathan Cain 2 Corinthians 4: 13 – 5: 1; Mark 3: 20-35 “When Jesus’ family heard that he was home, that a crowd had come together again that was preventing him from eating, and that some hostile scribes had come down from Jerusalem to confront him, […]

Revd Jonathan Cain: Hardness of Heart

Trinity 1 03 June 2018 10.30 Sung Eucharist Revd Jonathan Cain 2 Corinthians 4: 5-12; Mark 2: 23- 3: 6 “For some, the result was catastrophic. In one case, a woman had lived and worked in the UK for 50 years before she was wrongfully declared an illegal immigrant and almost forced on a plane to […]

Tony Cantlow: Together in Christ

Seventh Sunday of Easter 13 May 2018 10.30 Sung Eucharist Tony Cantlow Acts 1. 15-17 & 21-end; John 17. 6-19 Tony Cantlow served as verger at the Priory Church until January of this year. He is nearing the end of his training for ordination at the College of St Hild in Mirfield and will be […]

Revd Jonathan Cain: Pruning

Fifth Sunday of Easter 29 April 2018 10.30 Sung Eucharist Revd Jonathan Cain Acts 8: 26-end; John 15: 1-8 I am pretty hopeless at gardening. The very first thing that Rebecca does if she’s been away for a few days (often before she has properly said hello to me and the boys) is check the […]

The Rector: Our uncontainable God

The Fourth Sunday in Lent 11 March 2018 10.30 Sung Eucharist; Mothering Sunday Canon Simon Cowling Exodus 2. 1-10; John 19. 25b-27 I ask you to visit the cathedral. If (the statue) shocks you as much as it did me, then write to the Bishop of the diocese and tell him so. This was the […]