Sermon for Sunday, 6th December 2015 (Second Sunday of Advent) — 3 Comments

  1. Thank you very much for your 06.12.2015 sermon which I will be reading out later in our Church Hall. We have a ‘local arrangement’ service there once a month because it’s much more accessible to our many elderly and infirm parishioners and it frees up our Rector (with 6 churches spread over 30 miles) to go and do something else. So this afternoon your words will be heard in a small, remote, wind and rain lashed village in the North Pennines village of Stanhope, Weardale, County Durham. How I bless the internet, we couldn’t manage without it!

  2. Sarah,

    Thank you for your kind words. I minister in a scattered parish of six churches, the most distant being twenty-five miles from the Rectory, so have some idea of the challenges faced by your Rector. I hope my sermons are meaningful to the rural communities in which I work!

  3. Ian, your sermons’ meanings reach far beyond your Rural parishes. I wish I heard more like them.

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