Summer Sermon Series


Since 2014, during our Sunday Parish Communion Service, we have spent time over the summer reading together some of the most famous of the Old Testament’s stories.

This summer at our 9.15am Sunday Eucharists, we are looking at three chapters in the Book of Exodus – the most important chapters in the whole of the Old Testament.

These chapters tell the story of the Passover – from the final plague, to Israel fleeing, a journey through the Red Sea, and then freedom to worship God and to live according to his Law.

  • 21 July – Take a lamb – Exodus 12: 1-13
  • 28 July – Unleavened Bread – Exodus 12: 14-28
  • 4 August – The Israelite Escape – Exodus 12: 29-42
  • 11 August – Pharaoh Pursues – Exodus 13:17 – 14:12
  • 18 August – Crossing the Red Sea – Exodus 14: 13-31
  • 25 August – Israel’s Song – Exodus 15: 1-21

Click on the link below to read a letter from the Vicar, reflecting on the importance of the Old Testament, and most especially the importance of the Passover story, for the Christian life today.

Letter about our Passover Sermon Series