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An all-age, living-faith Christian community - English speaking - between Marbella and Gibraltar

Christ's love underpins this church and we guarantee to welcome you wherever you are on your journey

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SUNDAY 24th September
10am San Pedro Anglican Holy Communion
12pm NOTE Anglican Holy Communion

Frontline Course

6th Oct, 6pm, SABINILLAS


7-8th Oct Away Weekend

El Paraiso Hotel, ESTEPONA


MESSY CHURCH

Marlows, Sat 14th Oct, 11am


19th Oct Quiz Evening ESTEPONA PORT

YEAR B

25th October 2015

8th November 2015

15th November 2015

22nd November 2015

YEAR C

Advent 1 - 29/11/2015
Advent 2 - 3/12/2015
Advent 3 - 20/12/2015
Christmas Day 2015

3rd January 2016
10th January 2016

17th January 2016

24th January 2016

31st January 2016

7th February 2016

14th February 2016

21 February 2016

28 February 2016

13 March 2016

20 March 2016

27th March 2016

10th April 2016

17th April 2016

24th April 2016

8th May 2016

15th May 2016

29th May 2016

5th June 2016

12th June 2016

19th June 2016

26th June 2016

3rd July 2016

10th July 2016

17th July 2016

24 July 2016


4th September 2016

11th September 2016

18th September 2016

2nd October 2016

9th October 2016

16th October 2016

23rd October 2016

6th November 2016

13 November 2016

20 November 2016

YEAR A

27 November 2016

4th December 2016

11th December 2016

Epiphany - 8/1/2017

Epiphany 2 - 15/1/2017

Epiphany 3 - 22/1/2017

Presentation - 9/1/2017

Lent-3 - 12/2/2017

Lent-2 - 19/2/2017

Lent 1 - 5/3/2017

Lent 2 - 12/3/2017

Mothering - 26/3/2017

Lent 5 - 2/4/2017

EASTER - 16/4/2017

Easter 2 - 30/4/2017

Easter 3 - 7/5/2017

Easter 4 - 14/5/2017

Easter 5 - 21/5/2017

Easter 6 - 28/5/2017

TRINITY - 11/6/2017

Trinity 1 - 18/6/2017

Trinity 2 - 25/6/2017

Trinity 3 - 2/7/2017

Trinity 4 - 9/72017

Trinity 5- 16/7/2017

Trinity 6 - 23/7/2017

Trinity 8 - 6/8/2017

Trinity 12 - 3/9/2017

Trinity 13 - 10/9/2017

Trinity 14 - 17/9/2017

 

Sermons and thoughts

 

It is not always possible for those who would wish to be at church on a Sunday, to be there, so here are some (not all!) sermon notes - for what they're worth!

 

We follow what is called the Revised Common Lectionary, which is very similar to the readings being read in many churches at the same time throughout the world.  Each year has a gospel book as a theme to the seasons.  2015 was Mark, 2016 is Luke, Advent 2016 onwards is Matthew.  There is a continuity about the teaching from the gospel writers which is useful to follow.

 

Sermons, of course, depend on delivery, on the hearers and the readings as much as content, so although the sermons are briefly outlined here, they are never going to be the same as being part of the community that is praying 'Let the words of my mouth and the thoughts of all our hearts come from you, O Lord.'

 

Our preaching is deeply rooted in the Bible, but speaks in our own context and the rationality of today.  It is always about love and good news, because nothing beats the opportunity to live an abundant life walking with Christ.

 

Adrian Low, Chaplain


 

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