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At this unique and challenging time in the United Kingdom over 65 churches and movements, representing hundreds of others, have come together online to sing ...
This is a place for you to send your prayer requests, whether you currently have a faith in God or not. Open to everyone in Dawlish and surrounding villages. Run by the leaders of all the Christian churches in Churches Together in Dawlish and District. ... See more
A place for you to send your prayer requests, whether you currently have a faith in God or not. Open to everyone in Dawlish and surrounding villages. Run by the leaders of all the Christian churches in Churches Together in Dawlish and District. ... See more
Alleluia! Alleluia! He is Risen indeed. Alleluia! Alleluia!
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On this Holy Saturday, we are all waiting. Waiting for news. Waiting for government instructions. Waiting in the supermarkets. Waiting to see our loved ones, or hear if they are safe. Waiting for test results. Waiting for things to go back to normal. For the friends and followers of Jesus, his crucifixion turned their worlds upside down. All their hopes and expectations were invested in this carpenter from Nazareth. They had left their jobs and homes to follow this man. They had risked everything because they dared to believe in Jesus. I wonder what each of Jesus’ friends and followers did on the day after his crucifixion - this day we now call Holy Saturday. Waited… but for what? So much of our waiting in uncertainty and grief often gets channelled into activity. We can act like everything is normal and do our best to hide the pain. But things weren’t normal anymore. Everything had changed. On the first Holy Saturday, the world was waiting for God. The disciples didn’t know Sunday was coming; that new life was on the way. They had to go through the utter darkness, grief and pain of Saturday before the resurrection of Sunday. Things would never be the same again. That man from Nazareth would be known as God come among us, so that death would not have the last word. ... See more
There is a green hill far away without a city wall where our dear Lord was crucified who died to save us all...
Maundy Thursday Images and symbols and truth swirl around this day. Endings and new beginnings: the washing of feet; the bread and the wine; the body and blood the New Commandment - Love One Another the Garden and anguished prayer And all the while, the disciples uncertain, unclear and confused. And they fall asleep; and they fall asleep; and they fall asleep. Will we? ... See more
Wednesday of Holy Week known by some as "Spy Wednesday" - traditionally the day that Judas approaches the temple authorities and offers - for a price - to betray Jesus. So a moment of reflection for all those times we walk away from God. ... See more
Tuesday of Holy Week. A sense of dislocation, of uncertainty and anxiety begins to be felt. The authorities challenge Jesus's authority; the disciples want to know when 'these things will happen'; and we take another step towards Good Friday. ... See more
Jesus entered the temple courts and drove out all who were buying and selling there. He overturned the tables of the money changers and the benches of those selling doves. “It is written,” he said to them, “‘My house will be called a house of prayer,’ but you are making it ‘a den of robbers.’” Matthew 21:12-13 As we continue our Holy Week journey (and while we may discuss the actual events of each day, as the Gospels don't provide a neat agreed chronology) what becomes clear is that each event, each moment brings him closer to being "lifted up" And so today, we remember the cleansing of the temple - a moment that challenges the whole meaning of the temple, challenges the authorities in the temple, and encourages us all to think about where our heart truly lies - in the minutiae of process, or in the love of God. ... See more
Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest heaven.
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