On Sunday 30th October, All Saint’s Day, we shared a Service of the Word liturgy of “Thanksgiving for Moot” – looking back at where we’ve come from as well as ahead to the future. Tim Dendy (Moot veteran and churchwarden) shared his look back at Moot and how we’ve arrived where we are now. We hope you enjoy listening to an abbreviated version of the Moot story!
At our Candlemas Service in 2016, Richard Trouncer explores Simeon in his homily given on Candlemas. The readings on the day were Luke 2.22-40, Hebrews 2.14-end and Malachi 3.1-5.
In addition to the podcast please find a link to the text here in case you’d like to read it.
The service was on 31st January 2016.
At the Sunday Evening Moot Eucharist Service for the 4th Sunday of the Season of Trinity, Gareth Powell explores the theme of the lectionary gospel, Mark 5.21-43. This was the last service that Ian Mobsby as the Priest Missioner and Priest in Charge of the Moot Community of the Guid Church of St Mary Aldermary presided at after 13 years of his ministry with the Moot Community. This Eucharist Service celebrated the birthing and life of Moot and specifically the ministry of Ian Mobsby.
Gareth Powell is a former Mooter and now Ordained Priest Missioner in the Church of England who is in the process of founding a sister new monastic community in Streatham South London called the Community of St Margaret the Queen in the Diocese of Southwark. Ian Mobsby leaves to plant a new monastic community in Peckham, as well as becoming the Priest in Charge of St Lukes Church Peckham, and Parish Mission Enabler for the Episcopal area of Woolwich in the Diocese of Southwark. For more information on Ian’s ministry please see www.ianmobsby.net
This podcast was recorded on Sunday 28th June 2015.
At the Moot Sunday Evening Service celebrating Pentecost Sunday 2015 at the home of the Moot Community at the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary in the CIty of London, Vanessa Elston explores the implication of the coming of the Spirit to empower Christians and the Church to life, and life in all its fullness.
In this opening address, Archbishop Justin Welby explores the parable of ‘the buried treasure’ in the Gospel of Matthew to explore the importance of religious community life regarding the renewal of the Church in the context of the Kingdom of God. This address was recorded at the ‘Treasures Old and New’ residential conference of the leaders of traditional and emerging Church of England religious communities in Whitby April 2015.
For the transcript of the Archbishop’s Address click here.
Drawing on the Gospel of John Chapter 20:18-End, Ian Mobsby explores the themes of Fear, Shalom and being Sent. This podcast was recorded in the Sunday Evening Service at the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary in the City of London.