Category: Reflections

Meditation for Sunday, 28 February 2021 Lent 2

Woven – Lent 2: On the Mountaintop By Revd George Mwaura Psalm 22: 23–24 & Mark 9: 2–9 Lord speak to us through the words of my mouth and the meditations of your people. Open the scriptures wide so that we may behold your glory that sustains us in the valleys where we live. Amen I...

Reflection for Ash Wednesday, 17 February 2021

By Revd George Mwaura Joel 2: 12–18 & Mathew 6: 1–7 Merciful God, your Son battled with the powers of darkness, and grew closer to you in the desert. Help us as we hear your message of repentance and returning to you, to use these days of Lent to grow in wisdom and prayer that we...

Reflection on the Transfiguration Sunday, 14 February 2021

By Revd George Mwaura Lord, as we bow in prayer, we ask that you reveal yourself in the ordinary places we inhabit so we may behold your glory and receive the salvation wrought by your Son. Amen On 17 January this year, a team of climbers from Nepal became the first mountaineers successfully to complete a winter...

Sermon for Christmas Eve 2021

By Revd George Mwaura Isaiah 9: 2–7 & Luke 2: 1–14 Wonderful Saviour, thank you for incarnating on earth to save the world. Through your redemptive earthly life that began on Christmas Eve and finished on the cross, you have made it possible for all humanity to connect with God for eternity. Thanks be to God...

Reflection for Advent IV

By Rt. Revd. David Oakley Bishop of Northampton [Please note that the following is transcribed from the above recording and hasn’t been fully checked for accuracy.] He was in the world and the world came into being through him, yet the world did not know him. He came to what was his own and his own...

Reflection for Advent III

By Revd Canon Helen Cameron, Chair of Northampton District of the Methodist Church One of the joys of my role as Chair of a Methodist District that includes Milton Keynes but also includes Loughborough, Leicester and the Chilterns is the infinite variety of my work. I can be in the centre of Milton Keynes at Christ...

Reflection for Advent II

By Revd Geoffrey Clarke, Moderator of the East Midlands Synod of the United Reformed Church Seeing through the eyes of the creator All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. John 1: 3a (Thank you for the invitation to offer a reflection for Living Stones. I am delighted...