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Lazarus by Joseph Braddock

“And the dead man rose.” For the second in our series of poems at Eastertide Alan, churchwarden,  has chosen Lazarus by the English poet Joseph Braddock (b. 1902). The poet tackles the mystery of Lazarus’ four days of death – where was … Continue reading

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The revolutionary demand of Christianity

Our series of Bible reflections by a wide selection of members of St Chrysostom’s continues through Lent. Today, we hear from Fred, a regular member of our congregation. Fred is a Civil Servant and lives in Levenshulme with his wife … Continue reading

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You and Holy Week

Who are you this Holy Week? In today’s Gospel, the Gospel for the Monday in Holy Week,(John 12.1-11) we come into a homely scene. Jesus has dinner with friends – Lazarus and his sisters Martha and Mary, at Bethany. At … Continue reading

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