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    Genesis 1

    Posted: 22 January 2017

    Alan Riley speaks at the Sunday morning service on 22 January 2017 at St Sepulchre’s about the amazing creativity of God evident in the first chapter of the first book of the Bible. Let its light illuminate your heart and life.

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    Genesis 1

    Posted: 15 January 2017

    Revd David Ingall speaking at the Sunday morning service on 15 January 2017 at St Sepulchre’s on Genesis 1, looking at Creation and how this relates to us. He challenges us to believe wholeheartedly by faith the account of Creation as complete and true….

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    GOD emptied Himself for us

    Posted: 20 December 2016

    Revd David Ingall speaks at the Tuesday lunchtime service on 20 December 2016 about the significance and import of Jesus, GOD the Son, emptying Himself of His Deity to become human in order that we can be saved.

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    GOD saves

    Posted: 13 December 2016

    Revd David Ingall in the second part of his sermon at the Carols by Candlelight service on 13 December 2016 reminds us that the point of Christmas is to fulfil the prophecy in the second name given to GOD the Son, Jesus – GOD saves.

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    GOD is with us

    Posted: 13 December 2016

    Revd David Ingall in the first part of his sermon at the Carols by Candlelight service on 13 December 2016 reflects on GOD the Son, born as a man, given the name Emmanuel – GOD with us, because GOD is always with us.

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    Jesus – why, how and for who of Christmas

    Posted: 13 December 2016

    Revd David Ingall, speaking at the Sunday morning service from John 1, explaining the why, the how and for who Jesus, GOD the Son, came into Creation as a man.

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    The Magnificat

    Posted: 6 December 2016

    Amy Gatenby speaks at the Tuesday lunchtime service on how we can use the passage in Luke 1:39-56 as inspiration for the right response at Christmas – joy and dedicated focus on God.

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    The Good Shepherd – the conclusion

    Posted: 1 December 2016

    Rector at St Sepulchres, Revd David Ingall concludes the series on Psalm 23, noting how King David emphasises his assurance in God, his Lord and Good Shepherd, despite what may come in the future. In God our eternal destiny is sure, therefore worship is the…