mootuk

Archive Library of podcasts from the Moot Community in London UK exploring the interface between Spirituality, Culture & the Arts

Episodes

Sunday Feb 16, 2014

Bishop Graham Cray, the Archbishops Missioner and lead for Fresh Expressions joined Moot for the Sunday Evening Eucharist service on 16th Feb 2014.  Bp Graham has been a long time friend to the Moot Community, and in the homily explored the texts of Mark 1.40-45 and Ephesians 5.1-17 to explore the theme of 'Costly mercy and transforming grace'.  In the Service we prayed for Bp Graham's continued ministry as he approaches retirement and the continuance of Fresh Expressions of Church.  Finally a reminder that we soon will be switching our podcast feed, you may need to resubscribe to the new feed found on the main page of the Moot Website, www.moot.uk.net. - itunes | RSS

Tuesday Feb 11, 2014

For this Moot podcast we again want to share some of our online prayer resources. Last year we shared the Morning Wellbeing Prayer for use at the beginning of the day, this time it is the wellbeing prayer at the end of the day. This way of praying is particularly good if you have problems with stress, anxiety or depression. Also to give you the heads up, we will be shortly moving the feed for these podcasts from our podbean site, to the moot.uk.net site. If you have any problems you may need to resubscribe to the mootuk podcast through itunes or another podcast index. We hope to continue to offer this podcast for free for the years to come. If you experience any form of technical difficulty, or would like to support moot with a financial donation, please email info@moot.uk.net. Thanks for subscribing to the Moot Community Podcasts.

Monday Jan 13, 2014

In this podcast recorded at a Moot Community Eucharist at St Mary Aldermary Church in the City of London, Ian Mobsby explores the implications of the sacraments on discipleship drawing on the Gospel text of Matthew for the Second Sunday of Epiphany, the baptism of Jesus.  For more info on Moot see www.moot.uk.net.

Thursday Dec 19, 2013

In this podcast recording Matthew Lyon explores the lectionary readings of the Third Sunday of Advent in 2013 with the theme of the place of the transrational and the incarnation of God.   For more information on Moot see www.moot.uk.net

Friday Nov 22, 2013

Mary is either ignored, misunderstood or elevated into something very sttrange around being a virgin goddess.  This session seeks to explore the biblical Mary.  It is in Mary's ordinariness that we find hope, and in her incredible decision to follow God with her Yes to the Angel.  This session explores the significance of this Yes for us as Christian pilgrims.

Sunday Nov 17, 2013

 In this podcast of the Moot Eucharist Service on the Second Sunday before Advent on  Sunday 17th November 2013, Vanessa Elston explores the theme of the Incarnation as the hope of humanity.

Tuesday Oct 22, 2013

In this podcast recorded at a Moot Community Eucharist at St Mary Aldermary Church in the City of London, Ian Mobsby explores the implications of Luke 18:1-8 regarding prayer as the healing experience of God.

Sunday Oct 20, 2013

In this podcast recording Ian Mobsby opens up the use of a body prayer as a form of encounter with God and the integration of the self around our adult, adolescent and child that we all have within us.  This prayer practice is very ancient yet we really do not use our bodies actively in prayer, and so miss out on God's blessings. Please see the image of the four different prayer postures to support you in this practice.

Sunday Sep 22, 2013

In a Moot Community Eucharist, Matthew Lyon explores the deep spiritual truth of Christianity about being lost and found. Matthew draws on the parables of the lost sheep and the lost coin to explore the theme of being found, of the loving intentions of God. Matthew has recently joined the staff team of the Moot Community at the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary from the United States with experience of emerging and new monastic forms of community in Seattle and New York.

Tuesday Aug 20, 2013

In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores texts in the Gospels and letters of St Paul in the Christian Bible to explore the theme of competition in the New Testament.  These texts can sound hard and jarring, but often this is because we have had very unhelpful interpretations of these tects.   In this session Ian explores an approach that understands this competition as an inner issue of the self rather than competing and winning against others.

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