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2 days ago

St. Thomas Derby - Journeying Together

It was a great gathering of people around the St Thomas war memorial as we remembered 100 years since the WWI Armistice. ...

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Please join us in St Thomas' on Wednesday night, for hot soup (or chocolate), prayers and candlelight, 7-8pm.
If you can't come long, please join us in this prayer, as we celebrate the end of harvest and the onset of winter, appreciative also of the loved ones who have gone before and the new lives yet to come:
We bless you, God of Seed and Harvest
And we bless each other
That the beauty of this world
And the love that created it
Might be expressed though our lives
And be a blessing to others
Now and always

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1 month ago

St. Thomas Derby - Journeying Together

It is great to hear the Archbishop speaking out for justice. Something we feel strongly at St Thomas.All the way through the Bible – and above all in Jesus Christ – you hear the call for justice in society.

Yesterday I spoke at the Trades Union Congress conference about creating a society where everyone matters – and the most vulnerable people are cared for.

I talked about why we urgently need equality and justice in our society. Without them we are divided and vulnerable to populism. And the door is open to the demons of racism, antisemitism, Islamophobia, xenophobia – and to extremism.

I talked about why vast companies like Amazon should pay their taxes and stop leeching off the societies that support them.

I talked about my dream that governments – along with the rest of us – would put food banks and night shelters out of business.

Two thousand five hundred years ago the Prophet Amos spoke into a society divided between rich and poor. He cried out “but let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream”.

Justice is God’s nature, but it’s our responsibility.

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It’s really exciting to see how God is building a multi-cultural church at St Thomas.
In the last fortnight we have had Indian, African, Slovak, Jamaican, American and British folk in our services.
“We are all living stones called to build God’s spiritual house” in Pear Tree.

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