Sermons on Matthew
Caring for all God’s children – “Safeguarding” (Proverbs 31:8)
We enjoyed an excellent talk by Rachel this morning about Halloween/Samhain, All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day – a popular time to remember lost family members and friends. What things could you do to acknowledge those who have gone before us – to acknowledge the pain and to look forward to the…
The Parable of the Cornerstone The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone. […] Jesus is the cornerstone God places at the centre of the new community of his people – the new temple where he dwells by his spirit. The message? — God wants his people to bear…
Morning Worship, including readings, prayers, sermon, Holy Communion and Notices (at 24m). [Recording length: 30 minutes.]
Jesus wants us to let the power of God into every part of our lives. Jesus, the living Word, cares about how we speak: “The mouth speaks what the heart is full of” (Matthew 12 v34). A good person brings good things out of the good stored within.
Today’s service continues our new sermon series about The King and The Kingdom, focusing on “family”. Jesus’s work emphasised the need to form communities, to make new “families”. Other recent services can be found here (or enter the URL into your favourite podcast app: https://www.sttims.org.uk/feed/sermon-podcast/). …
Today’s service includes a sermon by Phil Townsend, the first in our new sermon series about The King and The Kingdom, focusing on the parables of Jesus.
Today’s sermon from Richard explores how we can be empowered and equipped to bring the good news to the people around us in our everyday lives.
Will Briggs is our guest for Trinity Sunday, preaching about The Great Commission (Matt 28 v18-19)
Easter Day online Holy Communion,12th April’20 — The Lord is Risen! Acts 10:34-43, Matthew 28:1-10