Now that gatherings for public worship have been suspended in the UK and other places, the Diocese of Lincoln is continuing its ‘Homilies Project’ as a series of podcasts. Various people from the diocese have written homilies, based around the Gospel set for each Sunday, and these will be turned into audio podcasts and put online both on the diocesan website (https://www.lincoln.anglican.org/) and here on my blog. I can’t help you with bread and wine, I’m afraid, but I can share some teaching from the Word. So watch this space for the homilies, which I will put up each Saturday. Please share – there are a lot of lonely people out there who are really going to miss some biblical input. Thanks!
- Who do you care for in a way that is ‘motherly’?
- Who cares for you in this tender warm way?
- Is there anything else from the passage not already discussed that speaks to you? What is it?
- What will you do this week in your Monday-to-Saturday ministry in response to what you have heard today? #everydayfaith
Spend some time in prayer, responding to what you have heard today and listening to what God might be saying to you.
Collect of the day
God of love,
passionate and strong,
tender and careful:
watch over us and hold us
all the days of our life;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England, material from which is incorporated in this service paper, is copyright © The Archbishops’ Council, 2000.