Author Archives: Petter

About Petter

Demi-Norwegian Swede in Oxford. Rather churchy type.

God Save the Queen!

Sermon given at Evensong on the 67th Anniversary of the Accession of HM Queen Elizabeth II (6 February 2019) In the Chapel of the Resurrection, Pusey House, Oxford Readings: Proverbs 8.1-17; Romans 13.1-11 Father: all those words and thoughts which … Continue reading

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Rejoice in the Lord!

Sermon preached on the 3rd Sunday of Advent (Gaudete Sunday) in St Bartholomew’s Church, Yarnton. Readings: Zephaniah 3.14-20, Philippians 4.4-7 & S Luke 3.7-18. Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice! In the Name of the Father, … Continue reading

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An advent sermon…

Preached on Wednesday in the First Week of Advent 2018 The Chapel of the Resurrection, Pusey House, Oxford Readings (KJV): Isaiah 8.16-9.7, James 2.14-end. “If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food, And one of you … Continue reading

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Ron and Luke – Two Peas in a Pod?

Sermon preached in the Chapel of the Resurrection, Pusey House, Oxford, Evensong on Wednesday, 17 October 2018 (First ES of S Luke) Readings: Psalmody for the 17th Evening, Isaiah 55, S Luke 1.1-4 Father: all those words and thoughts which … Continue reading

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Holiday is over!

And so, I find myself at the end of my Easter holiday. This week saw both a trip to London to attend a High Mass of the Annunciation at my old home parish and a visit from my sister. It … Continue reading

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A Week Off Work

And so, the first week of the Easter holiday for us interns is over. This week, I have managed both a trip to London and hosting a friend. While I very much enjoy meeting up with my London friends, it … Continue reading

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A Holy Week

A somewhat belated Happy Easter to any and all! While I have seen neither Easter Bunnies nor Easter Eggs, I had the privilege of celebrating the Sacred Triduum at St Barnabas Church, Jericho. I served every single service throughout the … Continue reading

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