Comfort my people

Sermon : Comfort my people, given by Revd Sue McCoan at St. Andrew’s Ealing, 6th December  Isaiah 40:1-11 Mark 1:1-8 A week or two ago, we were out walking the dog when we saw one of these lying on top of a gate. I don’t actually know what these are called, so it’s good we […]

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System Restore

Reflection given by Revd Maggie Hindley Sunday 29th November 2020 A friend far away who is coming, traumatically, out of a traumatically abusive marriage, messaged me this week: One day, if I get there, I might be able to go right back to the beginning! That’s what’s needed to understand where I am today. Even […]

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Reflection: Using our gifts

Given to St. Andrew’s Ealing and Wembley Park URC by Revd Sue McCoan, Sunday 15th November 2020 Bible readings: Matt 25:14-30, Judges 4:1-7 The parable of the talents is a familiar story to many of us. The two servants who make the most of their talents are rewarded; the one who hides his talent is […]

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Remembrance

Sermon given by Revd. Sue McCoan on Remembrance Sunday 2020 Bible reading: Psalm 46 I trained for ministry at Westminster College, Cambridge. One morning, I was cycling back from a lecture at Ridley Hall into the centre of Cambridge, one of a stream of bicycles, when all of a sudden the bike in front of […]

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1st November

Sermon Bible reading:  Matt 23:1-12 A certain town had a taxi-driver, who was regarded by all as a menace on the road. He drove too fast, and without any care – but since his was the only taxi, everybody used his car. One day, though, his luck ran out. Driving home from his last passenger, […]

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Reflections 23rd August

St Andrews Ealing Sunday 23rd August 2020 Preacher: Revd Dr Elizabeth Welch Readings: Isaiah 51.1-6 Psalm 138 Romans 12.1-8 Matthew 16.13-20   Introduction: The names we give to Jesus In the Gospel for today, we read firstly of Jesus asking a question of his disciples as to the views of the crowds around him: ‘who […]

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