The first in a short series looking at Holy Communion, beginning with the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 19, the exhausted prophet.
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Bishop Steven begins a series of reflections on the story of Jesus’ passion, as told in the Gospel of John.
Bishop Steven continues to reflect on the story of Jesus’ passion, looking at how his light shines in the darkness.
Bishop Steven encourages listeners to relate to the characters in the story – both the powerful and the powerless.
On Palm Sunday, Jesus makes a profound statement of who he claims to be. Then he takes this claim to kingship and turns it inside out.
Bishop Steven brings us to the centre of the story as we travel with Jesus to the cross and to his battle with death.
We end these reflections with much to think about, but hopefully with anticipation. The story is told but is not yet complete.
Fear is our unwelcome and sometimes unacknowledged companion in most situations of crisis and in many different parts of our lives. Look back over the last six months and reflect for a moment. What part has fear played in your own life and your life’s journey?
Bishop Steven shares his thoughts on the final lines of the Creed in the last in the Come and See series for the Diocese of Oxford.
How do we experience the Holy Spirit at work in our lives? The fourth in the Come and See series from Bishop Steven.