This term at Church on the Corner we are studying Luke’s gospel, a series called ‘The peoples republic of heaven’, an intentionally provocative title which should become clearer as we go on. Luke is unique, and quite distinct from the other three gospels, with its own purpose and message. Gospels are not simply collections of stories about Jesus, but intentional theological and pastoral writings that are written to challenge, teach and rebuke us and shape us as the people of God.
Sermons from this series can be found on the Resources page
But also there are some reflections from our studies in James over the summer, on Prayer, Hospitality, Generosity and service. They are intended to shape the way that we live out our community together. I have recorded the first of them and you can download it here; Learning to pray
As part of that process of thinking about prayer here is a pdf of an order for evening prayer which you may want to use in your homegroup, or to pray on your own. And you can find resources for daily prayer, including readings and seasonal prayers from the CofE website; Morning prayer, evening prayer and night prayer.