The sermon starts at 29:00 It has been a couple of weeks since Ash Wednesday, and as your Dean I feel like it’s important to keep before you the fact that this is Lent, and that Lent is important for Christians, and that if you are thinking of doing something for Lent, it’s probably time
Month: February 2021
The sermon starts at 25:25 There is no birth narrative in Mark, no stories of childhood; nothing before fully grown Jesus came to John at the Jordan River to be baptized. Mark is a person of as few words jumps right in. He doesn’t waste any words in his short and to the point Gospel.
The sermon is at 20:45 Our prayer book is very clear what Ash Wednesday and Lent are all about. They are about facing our own mortality – remember you are dust and to dust you shall return. And it is about acknowledging sin and repenting for it. I have heard it said that Lent is redundant
The sermon is at 21:30
The Annual meeting was held on Zoom this year and is not available online.
For the video of the service click HERE
For the video of the service click HERE So it’s February, and we have passed two key events which come every year at the end of every January, which are the Cathedral’s annual meeting and, importantly, my birthday. And always, at the end of January, we come into February and we quickly approach Ash Wednesday