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Date for Institution of new Rector — Monday 14 September

Date for Institution of new Rector — Monday 14 September

The Vestry is delighted to let you know that the institution service for the new Rector, the Reverend Canon Dr Alasdair Coles will take place on Monday 14 September at 7.30 pm to which all members of the congregation are invited. Further details will be published...

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Sermon—Trinity Sunday (Professor Ann Loades)

Sunday 30 May 2015 Depending on where and when you lived, in an earlier period of the history of the Christian church in the west at any rate, if you had turned up for a service on the Sunday after Pentecost you would have encountered some surprising differences from...

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Announcement of new Rector

Announcement of new Rector

The Vestry Secretary, Mrs Liz Sidebottom writes: As you may know, interviews were held this past week for our new Rector.  We had had 26 expressions of interest and eight applications from which, the Vestry short-listed four to come for interview. The Vestry had the...

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Sermon—Shepherd and lamb (The Revd Prof. David Brown)

Sermon by the Revd Professor David Brown Easter IV: Psalm 23; John 10.11-18. My usual practice is to preach on the gospel reading but this morning I want to tackle its content indirectly by focusing instead on the appointed psalm, Psalm 23, undoubtedly the best known...

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Sermon—Perpetua and her Companions (Professor Ann Loades)

Sunday March 8 2015 for All Saints, St Andrews. ‘Perpetua and her Companions’. Just imagine: it is March 7 (as yesterday) it is the year of Our Lord 203. We are visiting Carthage – in what is now Tunisia; and that we are in the Roman arena there, where a good crowd...

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Changes to weekday services

Changes to weekday services

As of Monday 2 March, weekday services (for the duration of the interregnum) will be held on Tuesday evenings (18:00) and Thursday lunchtimes (12:15) only. An exception will be made for major feasts.

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