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Christ in the beggar at the Church door

The king will say to those at his right hand, ‘Come, you that are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world; for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was … Continue reading

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Working together in mission – that’s Ecumenism!

Here at St Chrysostom’s we are developing our outreach work among the needy of our parish and beyond. This is a part all our church members can have a part in – it is our Bakhita Project. We collect clothing … Continue reading

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Modern Slavery – the response of one Church of England Parish

On the Feast of St Josephine Bakhita, and on the eve of the day when the General Synod of the Church of England considers Human Slavery, Fr Ian sent this briefing note to some General Synod reps. I’m emailing with … Continue reading

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77

77% of men suffer from anxiety, depression or stress at some point in their lives, Fr Chris writes, – an extremely large number, and a frightening statement . Men have to be known by their peers and by their families … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks for Alan

We gathered on Saturday 15th January to give thanks for the life and inspiring example of Alan Beck, our much loved churchwarden. Despite the Covid restrictions many people travelled to be there and there was a lovely atmosphere in Church. … Continue reading

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Venerable Elizabeth Prout – Mother Mary Joseph CP

We are pleased that our ‘Bakhita Project’ from St C’s is developing. The project is the name we give to our community outreach work, and includes our work for the trafficked, the homeless etc. We call the project ‘Bakhita’ after … Continue reading

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Tutufication of the Church

Archbishop Desmond Tutu has left a wonderful legacy to the Church. It’s a spirit of courage and joy, a boldness in proclaiming the Gospel especially in the face of injustice, and a tempering of this with good humour and love. … Continue reading

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The Announcement of Easter & the Moveable Feasts 2022

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Desmond Tutu: South Africa and the Church’s Moral Campus

Desmond Mpilo Tutu who died in Cape Town at the age of 90 on Boxing Day 2021 was retired Archbishop of Cape Town and a prominent social justice campaigner. He won the 1984 Nobel Prize for Peace for his non-violet … Continue reading

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The Private and Intimate friend of Christ

The Apostle and Evangelist St John (feast day 27th December) is called in John’s Gospel simply, “the one Jesus loved”. We honour him greatly in the Church and he encourages us and prays for to come close to Jesus, and … Continue reading

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