In this sermon based on 1John 1:1-5 Fr. Keith reflects on the reality that God is light. This has important ramifications for us in how we behave towards one another. John and the disciples really saw, heard, and touched the risen Jesus and now we are also invited to see hear, and touch the risen […]
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In this sermon Fr Keith reflects on the Wedding in Cana of Galilee. He reflects on the strangeness of the account, but how it is vital to understand this as part of John’s strategy for revealing Jesus not as a miracle worker but as the long awaited Messiah of Israel.
In his sermon Fr Ernest reflects on taking responsibility for being about God’s business and the challenge for us to do likewise.
Mk 6:1-6. In a follow on from last week’s sermon Fr. Keith explores the link between faith and belief and how a lack of faith and belief can limit the power of God. He encourages us as a parish to exercise faith and belief, and thereby unleash the power of God in our personal and […]
Mark 5:21-43. Jesus raises Jairus’ daughter from the dead and heals a woman with an issue of blood for 12 year. Fr. Ernest explores the issue of touching that which should not be touched, the dead, and the unclean, and explores how Jesus transforms both these situations.
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?