Sermons from All Saints Church, Wokingham

Sermons from All Saints Church, Wokingham

By All Saints Church Wokingham
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Christmas is just the beginning
A sermon by The Reverend Hannah Higginson on the Sunday after Christmas 2018 at All Saints Parish Church Wokingham
10:32
January 15, 2019
Mary's Song
Sermon by Canon David Hodgson on 4th Sunday in Advent about the hopeful challenging message of Mary's Song.
14:07
December 23, 2018
You brood of vipers
Sermon on the 3rd Sunday of Advent by John Boylan
13:13
December 18, 2018
The end is nigh?
A sermon by John Boylan, Authorised Lay Preacher
17:44
December 16, 2018
The Servant King
Sermon by John Boylan, Authorised Lay Preacher.
13:07
December 14, 2018
Out of the silence: sermon on Remembrance Sunday
Sermon by Canon David Hodgson Rector of Wokingham All Saints
11:10
November 11, 2018
Can the saints help us in the Anthropocene era?
Sermon by Canon David Hodgson Rector of All Saints Wokingham on the Feast of St Simon and St Jude.
14:37
November 10, 2018
The gift of service: the bliss of giving
Sermon by Canon David Hodgson 23rd September 2018
13:37
September 29, 2018
The gift of hope: God's generosity in creation
Sermon by The Reverend Canon David Hodgson based on St. Mark Chapter 7 vs 24 - 37.
16:28
September 9, 2018
The whole realm of nature is not yours or mine
Sermon for the first Sunday in Creation Time by The Reverend Colin James
10:06
September 3, 2018
The Armour of God
Sermon by Rev'd Canon David Hodgson based on Ephesians Chapter 6.
13:09
August 26, 2018
We are what we eat
Sermon by The Reverend Canon David Hodgson based on the gosple reading John 6: 51 - 58
10:06
August 20, 2018
You're missing the point.
Sermon by John Boylan on Sunday 5th August 2018 based on the gospel reading John 6. 24-35.
13:50
August 20, 2018
Feed the people
Sermon by Reverend Canon David Hodgson 29th July 2018 based on the miracle of the feeding of the five thousand by Jesus.
16:11
July 29, 2018
Celebrating Mary Magdalene
Sermon on the Feast of St Mary Magdalene by The Reverend Colin James.
09:40
July 22, 2018
Is protest and denunciation compatible with the Christian gospel?
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06:23
July 21, 2018
The cosmic vision of the peace of Christ
Sermon by The Revd Canon David Hodgson on Sunday 15th July 2018
07:16
July 15, 2018
Interview of The Archdeacon of Berkshire by Peter Barrett
Interview of Archdeacon of Berkshire Ven. Olivia Graham about missional church. Interviewed by Peter Barrett.
23:34
July 15, 2018
While you are waiting
Sermon by John Boylan, Authorised Lay Preacher at All Saints Church Wokingham. Bible reading: Mark 2.23-3.6 Introduction: There’s a story about an American tourist driving through a remote part of Southern Ireland. It was a very hot day and he was pleased, having not passed anyone in over 30 minutes, to find a little pub albeit in the middle of nowhere where he could stop for lunch and ask directions. On entering the pub, he found it completely empty apart from the Landlord, who greeted him with a big smile and welcome. “Gee this is wonderful” he said, “I’m dying for a cold beer.”
13:40
July 1, 2018
The birth of John the Baptist
Sermon by The Reverend Colin James on 24th June 2018
11:03
July 1, 2018
After Cambridge Analytica: what is truth?
Sermon by Canon David Hodgson Sunday 10th June 2018 Bible reading: Mark 3: 20 -35 Introduction: When it was announced last week that Paul Dacre was retiring as editor of the Daily Mail there have been few retirement announcements that have provoked such a wide range of reactions. To some, he was a “true icon”. To Lord Rothermere he was “the greatest Fleet Street editor of his generation” – but then Rothermere owns the Daily Mail! To Labour Lord Adonis “it seems like a moment of national liberation. This influence has been so negative on our public life for 25 years.” To Conservative MP Nicholas Soames “It’s impossible to overestimate Dacre’s poison at The Mail - no man can be called a ‘great’ editor who permits the headline that the Judges are the ‘Enemies of the People’”. Those reactions to Paul Dacre’s retirement are a useful reminder that the idea of news as neutral – or that news media simply report the facts of events- is definitely a fantasy..
12:39
July 1, 2018
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