Thought for today
11th February 2018
James' introduction to todays readings.


In our Gospel reading today we hear the story of Jesus' Transfiguration. He comes to us in our Eucharist today in his word, in bread and wine, and in our fellowship. May we today know His great Glory.

Lent begins this Wednesday Ash Wednesday. As Jesus went up the mountain and was transfigured to show forth His glory, let us pray that in our Lenten pilgrimage we will take full advantage of the extra activities our churches are offering to be changed towards the likeness and glory of Christ, better equipped to serve God in every aspect of our lives.

If you possibly can, please do come to one of services at 10am or 7.30pm on this Holy Day of Ash Wednesday to begin our Lenten Pilgrimage together.

Communion Reflection to use during the Administration of Holy Communion or/and at home.

Consider this about yourself: Who I really am is only a partly realised mystery. The fullness of the mystery is held in the mind of God. With my help (and hindrance) God is continuing to create the ‘real’ me. Ask: how am I going to make use of Lent’s many opportunities to enable His creative work in me and in the world?


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