The crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday is the means of redemption for the world whether we accept it or not. Christians are called to live out this reality in our lives, so the world might come to understand this reality, repent, and return to God.
In John’s Gospel Jesus washes his Disciples feet as an example of humility. He calls on the Disciples to be willing to do the same. If we want to be outward focussed we must be able to love those in the community first.
Mark 14:1-15 Jesus’ Triumphal entry into Jerusalem descends into the chaos of Good Friday due to unrealised expectations. What are our expectations of God and are they consistent with who he is and what he does in our lives, and the world?
John 12:20-33 Greeks seeking Jesus. Why do we seek Jesus in our lives?
Journey is a major theme in the Bible from Genesis through to Revelation. As a Christian we are invited on the Journey of Faith. Will we respond?
John 3:14-23 The encounter between Jesus and Nicodemus reaches its climactic point in these passages as Jesus reveals His purpose in the wider plan of God. Belief it critical, but more importantly belief in Jesus as the only begotten, or unique son, Jesus.
Sermon Preached on Sunday 5th March 2018. Text John 2:13-25 and Jeremiah 7. In what or who do we trust, God, or our worldly and Parish Structures?
Lent 2 Transfiguration Preached by Fr. Ernest Chau on Sunday 25th February. Based on the readings for the Transfiguration of our Lord.