The first episode in a new series of reflective podcasts by Bishop Steven. The series aims to resource the Church during the period of lockdown due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Episode 1 – an exploration of Psalm 1: Like a tree planted.
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In episode 1 We begin with the betrayal and arrest of Jesus.
The story of Jesus passion takes place in the darkness and the cold of the night.
The Evangelists invite us to place ourselves in the story through the characters who come and go.
The theme of kingship runs through John’s story of the passion.
We have journeyed from the garden to the courtyard to the pavement of Pilate and now we travel with Jesus to the cross.
The final part of our story and the final part of our devotion this Good Friday must look forward.
Many listeners will know of Bishop Ossie, the Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman, our South African link diocese. In the latest edition of My Extraordinary Family, Bishop Steven chats to Bishop Ossie about his vast, rural diocese on the edge of the Kalahari Desert, his forthcoming retirement and what it means for our two dioceses to be in close partnership.
Bishop Steven Croft and Katie Tupling discuss what it means for disabled people to be in church and society: celebrated, not pitied.
The Queen has approved the appointment of Olivia Graham as the next Bishop of Reading. In this special edition of the podcast, Bishop Steven talks with Olivia about her Christian formation, her ministry since ordination and her hopes for the role she is about to take on.