Sunday Reflection

Today’s Gospel is certainly the parable for the optimists. However much seed fell elsewhere, the sower would make sure that most of the seed would fall on good ground. Even the poorest yield is thirtyfold!
Jesus uses the metaphor of the seed to describe The Word, and the sower as God, whose will can never be stopped.
Our hearts are the ground in which the seeds are sown. We may recognise the fertile parts but we may also recognise the barren places and the dry patches. We can see that some parts are more open to the word and we flourish, others find it more difficult and we seeming fade away.
Let us pray for light to see where the hardness and the insecurity lie within us, and ask the Sower that our lives may bear abundant fruit.

Dear Parent or Guardian. During this unprecedented time of being isolated, our youth ministry team…
We can recommend a link to a children’s liturgy video created on Saturday evenings for…
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We are to be offering two youth clubs! The first for those in year 6-9 (Phoenix) on Wednesday evenings and the second for those in year 9-13 on Friday evenings. Both run from 7-9pm and have free pizza.

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If you are in your 20’s or 30’s why not join our new young adults group – a chance to make friends, a vital part of forming any community. Contact dan@tamworthrc.church for details.