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The DEAN’s HOMILY at MASS on SUNDAY SIXTH AFTER TRINITY, 12 JULY 2020 THE VERY REVD FR REGINALD LEEUW In the name of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Amen Good morning on this very cold morning in Kimberley. We thank God for the people who are joining us through our Facebook page […]
SERMON by the Very Reverend REGINALD LEEUW: CORPUS CHRISTI: 14 June 2020. For the Anglican Church, today’s festival of Corpus Christi is a modern revival.* In the calendar or table of lessons, the Thursday after Trinity Sunday may be celebrated as a Day of Thanksgiving for the Institution of Holy Communion. The festival of […]
“All Nations’ purpose is to train and equip men and women for effective participation in God’s mission to His multi-cultural world” The college offers long and short courses, online and residential. Their site also has a blog with posts on a variety of missional concerns.
REFLECTIONS on the READINGS for MORNING PRAYER by the Revd MARTHA SETESO Morning my sisters and brothers in Christ. Our reflections this morning are guided by Psalm 18: 1-31, Numbers 3: 1-13 and Galatians 6:11-18. This morning we will look at the last section of the letter of Paul to the Galatians. […]
REFLECTIONS posted by the Revd MARTHA SETESO this morning – Feast of St Barnabas Good day sisters and brothers in Christ. These are reflections guided by today’s Morning Prayer readings – Psalm 25, 67; Ecclusiasticus 31:3-11 and Acts 4:32-37. We see in Acts the Church in its early days and the disciples […]
Homily on the Feast of St Barnabas : The Ven Dr Thomas Mhuriro On the Feast of St Barnabas (transferred from 11 June because of Corpus Christi this year). We have been sharing reflections together this week and I would like to conclude by raising some questions that could benefit our commitment to the […]
FR THOMAS MHURIRO’S SERMON AT MASS LAST EVENING Eucharist Service: 10 June 2020 Readings 1 Kings 18:20-39; Psalm 16:5-11; Matthew 5:17-19 In today’s homily, I would like to briefly share with you my reflections as influenced by the reading from 1 Kings and the passage from the Gospel of Matthew. My urgent concern […]