In this podcast, Ian Mobsby explores the theme of Holy Rest drawing on the lectionery texts od Deuteronomy 5.12-15, 2 Corinthians 4.5-12 and Mark 2.23 - 3.6. This podcast was recorded at St Lukes Church on Sunsdy 3rdJune, on the first Sunday after Trinity Sunday 2018.

 

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In this podcast Sandra Schloss explores the application of John 15:26-27 and a famous quote from Richard Rohr when he said ‘Christianity has not failed, it has not just be tried yet’. This was recorded on Pentecost Sunday on the 20thof May 2018.  

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In this podcast, Fr Tola Badejo explored the application of Jesus' teaching as recorded by John in chapter 17:6-19 to explore the implication today for what it means to be chosen and sanctified by jesdus work in the Kingdom of God.  This was recorded at St Luke's Church in Peckham on Sunday 13th May 2018.

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In this podcast Mtr Sandra Schloss explores the implications of Jesus' teaching as recorded in John15:9-17 when Jesus talks about 'being friends'.  This was recorded on 6th May 2018 on the 6th Sunday of Easter.  

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In this podcabm8 st recorded on the 5th Sunday of Easter 2018 and on the event of the Annual Parochial Church Council Meeting, Ian Mobsby explores the meaning of Jesus' I AM statement in the Gospel of John chapter 15:1-8, where Jesus says " I AM the Vine, you are branches" and then later says that we are called to bear fruit. 

This was recorded at the Parish Church of St Luke's Church in Peckham on 29th April 2018.  For more information on the Church see http://www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

 

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the Gospel of John Chapter 10 where Jesus describes himself metaphorically as the 'Good Shepherd'.   This biblical passage is part of a large text where Jesus uses a number of 'I AM' phrases and metaphors to enable people to begin to understand his divinity.  This was recorded at the Parish Church of St Luke's Church (Camberwell) in Peckham on the 4th Sunday of Easter 2018. 

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This podcast was recorded on the third sunday of Easter 2018, where Ian Mobsby explores the implication of the Gospel text Luke 24: 13-38 which explores the familiar stories of the Road to Emmaus and the first appearance of Jesus to the disciples.  These texts are crucial for our encouragement and hope looking back from the 21st Century, and says something about the calling to demonstrate that we are truly following Jesys by the way we live our lives.  

For more information on St Lukes Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this shorter than usual podcast, Fr Collins Durueke explores the themes of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday to explore these days of the climax of Holy Week, when Jesus instructs his disciples regarding what comes next even though they have no idea what Jesus is talking about.  This was recorded at St Lukes Church on the 29th March 2018. 

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In this podcast, Fr Collins Durueke explores the importance of Palm Sunday and Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem.  As we enter into Holy Week in 2018 we are mindful that this time of year us full of busyness, but Palm Sunday should jolt us to be mindful of those factors of ultimate importance in our lives.

This homily was recorded on Sunday 25th March 2018 at St Lukes Church (Camberwell) in Peckham.

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Revd Sandra considers how we create a World of Forgiving, from The Book of Forgiving by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho, she makes reference to the story of Joseph and his brothers in Genesis 50.15-26, Paul's letter to the Romans 12.14-21, the story of the woman caught in adultery in John 8.2-12, and recognising the nothing is possible without God's strength, in reference to Psalm 121.

We apologise for the sound disturbance in this podcast. 

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In this podcast recorded on Mothers Day 2018, Collins Durueke explores the two central truths about forgiveness.  There is nothing that cannot be forgiven and there is no one undeserving of forgiveness.

This series continues drawing on the Book of Forgiveness 2014 by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his Ordained daughter, Mpho Tutu. 

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In this podcast recorded on the 3rd Sunday of Lent, Barbara Skilton explores the need to receive forgiveness, using the Book of Forgiving by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho. She refers to Psalm 32, St Pauls first letter to the Corinthians 1.18-25, and the story of the lost son in Luke 15.11-32.  

We apologise for the interference in the recording of this podcast in places.

For more information see stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast, the second in our Lent Season, Mtr Rozanne Hunte on the Second Sunday of Lent and Racial Justice Sunday explore the importance of why we should forgive – that God forgives the inexcusable in us to that we can forgive others.   She makes reference to the Prophet Micah 6.6-8, Colossians 3.12-13 &  The Gospel of Matthew 18.23.35.

Mtr Roxanne is the BAME (Black Asian & Minority Ethnic Vocations Champion in the Diocese of Southwark and the Priest in Charge of the Benefice of Holy Innocents and St Mark Parish Churches in South Norwood.  This was recorded at St Luke’s Peckham on 18th February 2018.  

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In this podcast Fr Collins Durueke explores the symbolism of ash in the Bible and the connection with spiritual penitence.  This was recorded on Ash Wednesday at St Luke’s Church Peckham on 14th February 2018.  

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In this podcast recorded on the Sunday before Lent, on 4th February 2018, Mtr Sandra Schloss began with this important introduction to the Lent Series we will be undertaking in St Luke's Church on Sunday Mornings.  This series will be following the incredible book by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho, called aptly 'The Book of Forgiveness'.  Today's homily draws on Luke 4:14-30.   

 

 

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In this podcast Mtr Sandra Schloss explores the theme of wisdom to be found as feminine in the Hebrew Scriptures, and the connection between this more feminine side of the nature of God and wisdom.  The wisdom tradition was prevalent within all the tribes and nations of the Ancient Near East, and so it is not surprising that the Bible in the Hebrew Scriptures and New Testament reflects wisdom as part of the nature of God and fulfilled in the person of Jesus. This was recorded on the 4th January 2018 at St Luke's Church Peckham. 

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In this podcast Sandra Schloss explores the implications of Psalm 111, Revelation 12.1-5a and Mark 1.21-28 to explore the theme of togetherness, and why this is important to Jesus.  This was recorded at St Luke's Church Peckham on 28th January 2018.  

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In this podcast drawing on the Gospel of Mark 1: 14-20 Ian Mobsby explores the meaning and implications of Jesus' words to the first disciples to 'Come and Follow me'.  This challenge was equally for now as it was 2000 years ago. Ian further explores this calling for those getting baptised on 21st January 2018. For more information on St Lukes see www.stlukepeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast, Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Philip and Nathanael choosing to follow Jesus as some of the first disciples. It is possible they were previously disciples of John the Baptist. There is much in this text John 1.43-51 to inspire us to be modern-day followers in the 21st century. For more information on St Lukes Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast, Fe Collins Durueke explores the meaning the season of Epiphany and when we, in particular, remember the birth of Christ.  

This was recorded at St Luke's Church Camberwell in Peckham on the first Sunday of Epiphany 2018. For information on St Luke's please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores thebirth of Jesus as a cosmological gift of liberation, as a transformative gift of love that we remember in the season of Christmas - the Christ Mass. 

This gift of love is open to everyone, all you need do is follow.  This was recorded at St Lukes Church Peckham, for more information on our services please visit www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores Isaiah 61 and the theme of finding joy and laughter in difficult times on Gaudette Sunday, the 3rd Sunday of Advent 2017.  Gaudette Sunday remembers the significance and example of Mary the Mother of God sometimes called the 'Theotokos'. This was recorded on the 17th December 2017. For more information on St Lukes Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast Fr Collins Durueke explores what we are a preparing for in the run up to Christmas in the busy season of Advent.  This was recorded at St Lukes Church Peckham on the Second Sunday of Advent 2017 on 10th December 2017. For more information on St Lukes Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast Fr Edward Collier, one of the founders of Peckham Citizens, part of UK Citiziens explores the approach of community activism now widely called 'community organising'.  This finds its roots in the civil rights movement in the USA and now used quite widely tio empower those who have no voice or who are marginalised.  

Fr Edward talks of his own experiences in dialogue with the Wellspring Community, part of St Lukes Church Peckham.  This was recorded on the 5th December 2017. 

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In this podcast Mtr Sandra Schloss explores the theme of the season of Advent to explore the importance of expectant hope in God for the future through Jesus.  This is not easy, but an important step in the Christian faith.  

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In this podcast reccorded on 26th November 2017 on Christ the King Sunday, Mtr Sandra Schloss explores the connection between Salvation and the outcome of the way we live as explained in Jesus' teaching recorded at Matthew 25.31-46.  For information on St Lukes Peckham please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the writings of the Wisdom of Solomon, Amos and the Gospel of Matthew to explore the theme of Rememberance and the call of GOd for justice and freedom from oppression.  Ian outlines the story of his grandfather to illustrate the human cost of war, and how it has blighted Europe foe centuries.  This was recorded on Rememberance SUnday 12th November 2017. For more information on St Lukes please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

 

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In this podcast Mtr Sandra Schloss draws on Nehemiah Chapter 8 and Matthew Chapter 24 to explore the importance of Scripture.  This was recorded at the Sunday Morning Eucharist Service on Bible Sunday on the 29th October to 2017.  More information on St Lukes Church please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk 

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores  the theme og a spirituality of happiness in adversity from Jesus' teachings of the Beatitudes as recorded in the Gospels .  This was recorded at St Lukes Peckham on Sunday 5th November 2017. For more information on St Luke's Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast Fola Ekundayo explores the implications of Pauls Letter to the Thessalonians chapter 1 regarding the call to work for faith hope and love in the context of gang related knife crime and public safety in Peckham.  This was recorded at St Lukes Peckham on Sunday 22nd Oct 2017. For more information on St Luke's Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 15th October 2017 the Rt Revd Karowei, the Bishop of Woolwich in the Diocese of Souhtwark explores the implications of the life and example of St Luke the Apostle.  This was recorded at the Patronal Festival Service of St Luke at St Lukes Church in  Peckham. For more information on St Luke's Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 8th October 2017, Chris Price leader of the Pecan Centre in Peckham and lay Methodist Preacher explores Matthew 21:33-46 to explore the theme of Vineyard, and God's expectation of hospitality in the Vineyard to explore why the work of Foodbanks supported by the Churches are very important.  This was recorded at the Harvest Festival Service at St Lukes Peckham on Sunday 8th October 2017. For more information on St Luke's Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 1st October 2017, Fr Collins Durueke, the new NSM Curate of St Luke's Church in the Diocese of Southwark explores the lectionary passages of Hebrews 12:18-24 and Matthew 21:12-16 to explore the authority given to Jesus God the Redeemer in connection with God the Holy Trinity. This was recorded at St Luke's Church Peckham.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 24th September 2017, Bp Karowei the Bishop of Woolwich in the Diocese of SOuthwark explores the lectionary passages in the context of the demands and calling of Ordained ministry.  This was recorded at St Luke's Church Peckham.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 24th September 2017, Sandra Schloss explores the theme of Forgivensss as a way of life as explored by Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew Chapter 20. This podcast was recorded at the Parish Church of St Luke Peckham.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 17th September 2017, Ian Mobsby explores the theme of Forgivensss as a way of life as explored by Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew Chapter 18. This podcast was recorded at the Parish Church of St Luke Peckham.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 10th September 2017, the Revd Sandra Schloss, the new Senior Curate to the parish of St Luke (Camberwell) in Peckham explores the theme in Romans 13.8-14 and Matthew 18.15-20 around dealing with conflict and being the Body of Christ, beloved by God.

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In this podcast the Ven. Jane Steen expplores the impliications of St Paul's letter to the Colossians and the implications for ministry today.  This was recorded on 6th September 2017 on the licensing of Revd Sandra Schloss as Assistant Senior Curate at St Luke's Church (Camberwell) in Peckham. For more information on St Luke's Church see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Jesus' teachings in Matthew 16: 21-28, where Jesus had to tell the disciples that this Messiah would suffer and die and then rise from the dead. In this text Jesus gets very angry with Peter, and reminds all the disciples that they are going to need to deny themselves and pick up their Cross. This was recorded at the Sunday Morning Eucharist Service at St Lukes Peckham on the 3rd September 2017.

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Jesus' actions concerning the healing of the Canaanite Woman's daughter.  This passage gives us all hope as this nameless oppressed woman challenges the barriers of sexism, racism and xenophobia to seek Jesus as a Messial to all people's even through the prejudice of the disciples.  This passage gives all of us a hope for inclusion, when there are so many things in our world that seek to oppress and divide.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 13h August 2017, Collins Durueke explores the gospel text of the day, Matthew 14.22-33 to explore the implications of the calming of the storm. In difficult times, the water always represents chaos, so it is deeply significant that Jesus calms the storm, and therefore calms the storms of our lives in the uncertainty of life.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 6th August 2017, Ian Mobsby explores the gospel text of the day to explore the implications of the feeding of the 5000 as recorded in the Gospel of Matthew 14.13-21.  It is very easy to think about this text concerning spiritual needs, but physical needs are very much focus here. We still live in a world where all could eat, but billions still go hungry.

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Jesus' teaching of the parable of the 'Wheat and Weeds' as recorded in Matthew 13.24-30,36-43.
The parable challenges us to be careful and awar eof our moitvations, and that our commitment to Christ dies require the orientation of our hearts to the way of Jesus. This is not an easy parable, and its implications regarding ideas of the final judgement should not be avoided, but challenging for all Christians of every age. This was recorded at St Luke's Peckham on the 6th Sunday after Trinity on 23rd July 2017.

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In this the second of two podcasts led by Adam Bucko in dlialogue with the Wellspring Community Peckham, Adam Bucko explores the realities and challenges of using a contemplative approach as the medium of engagement with traumatised homeless youth asa form of loving service and mission.  Adam Bucko is a founder of a new monastic community in New York City and is an Ordinand in training to become an Episcopal Priest.  This was recorded on Tuesdsy 18th July 2017.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 17th July 2017, Collins Durueke explores the gospel parable of the Sower, to explore the connection between the Kingdom of God, the openness of our hearts to God, and our effectiveness as Christians in the world.  This was recorded  at St Luke's Peckham. For more information see www.stllukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 11th July 2017, Adam Bucko told his life story to unpack how new monasticism impacted his life, spirituality and world.  Adam is a founder of a radical new monastic commuiity in New York whose loving action was the support and encouragememt of street homeless young people.  Adam's story is quite unique with influences from the Solidarność freedom movment in Poland, and the affects of civil war and oppression, being an undocumented immigrant into the United States, and lots of experience of Roman Catholic and Episcopalian justice movements, resulting in a pretty unique new monastic community in New York.  Adam is also training for the Ordained Priesthood.  This is the first of two podcasts.

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In this podcast recorded on tthe 3rd Sunday of Trinity 2017 on the 2nd July, Ian Mobsby explores the gospel text of Matthew Chapter 10 on the theme of Mission and Hospitality.  Jesus is clear that there is no split between the so-called social gospel or spiritual gospel.  This was recorded  at St Luke's Peckham. For more information see www.stllukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast on Trinity Sunday 2017, Ian Mobsby explores the connection between the nature of the Trinity and Jesus’ calling to the disciples, sometimes called the Great Commission.  This was recorded in the Sunday Morning Eucharist Service at St Lukes Church Peckham on the 11th June 2017. For more information on St Luke's Church see www.stllukespeckham.co.uk

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In this podcast recorded at the Sunday Morning Parish Eucharist Service on Pentecost Service at St Luke's Church Camberwell in Peckham, Fr John Francis explores the implications of John 20:19-23 and Acts 2:1-21.  This was recorded on Sunday 4th June 2017. For more information on St Luke's Church see www.stllukespeckham.co.uk

 

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In this reflection on Pentecost Sunday at the St Lukes Contemplative Evening Eucharist Service Ian Mobsby follows a Lectio Divina with some reflections following the terrorist incidents at London Bridge and Borough Market and following a fatal stabbing in North Peckham.  For more information on St Lukes Church Peckham see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk or for the Wellspring New Monastic Community www.wellspringpeckham.net

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