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Sunday connection Parish Eucharist FEAST OF ST LUKE THE APOSTLE & EVANGELIST

Welcome to our parish Eucharist on the feast of St Luke the Apostle and Evangelist. St Luke’s message as an evangelist always points people, not to him, but to Jesus Christ. In Christian tradition, the author of the Gospel According to Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, a companion of St. Paul the Apostle, …

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‘More tea Vicar’

News from the national church with some local news from Holy Trinity church, Weymouth. Today’s programme includes an interview with a former Mayor of Weymouth & Portland. Also a visit to leper fields in north Devon as well as reflections and music. Free video footage: Author Videvo.net. Music: Sweet Release author: Dan Lebowitz

The Sunday Connection PARISH EUCHARIST

The parable of the wedding feast in our gospel today is an invitation to all people who gather to participate in the banquet of the Eucharist. God has invited us, in his love, and we have accepted his invitation.

13-05-2020

‘More tea Vicar’

More news from the national and local church. This week an interview with our churchwardens at Holy Trinity church, Weymouth. More stories of the vicars travels as well as music, and reflections. Thanks to the author – Sapphire productions for the ‘Friendship Bouquet’ and the music ‘nightingale serenade. The combine video: author: videvo.net

Sunday connection HARVEST THANKSGIVING EUCHARIST

Today’s harvest thanksgiving Eucharist expresses our gratitude for the earth and all its resources that sustain us. It reminds us that the earth belongs to God and that we should treat it wisely with respect and care.

13-05-2020

‘More tea vicar’

Latest news and views from the national and local Church. Featuring this week another Holy Trinity church member who is a local painter and sculptor. More visits to lovely Devon and reflections from the roving Canon !

The Sunday connection (27/09/20)

In today’s gospel we hear the parable of the two sons. We are reminded that we have the freedom to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to God. But this means we are responsible for our actions. We sometimes abuse our freedom, but God in his goodness calls us to repentance. ‘Actions speak louder than words’

‘More tea vicar’ 17/9/20

More news from the national and local church at Holy Trinity, Weymouth Today we share in the history and memories of St Nicholas, Buxton Road and celebrate the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower and lots more!

The Sunday connection Eucharist 13th September

The theme for our Eucharist today is forgiveness. Jesus makes it clear that if we want God to forgive us, we must forgive others. We all know how hard it is to forgive. At the same time we know how lovely it is to be forgiven.

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