Sermons from 2020
Christmas Sunday: Faithful action doesn’t have to depend on having clear answers to all our questions. […] Sometimes we have to say yes to God, when the way ahead is not clear. [RM]
The second Sunday of Advent is about the second coming of Jesus – when he will take away the sin of the whole world. “We must become less; You must become greater.”
Advent marks a new beginning, the start of a new church year. Do not be afraid for the one who judges us is Jesus, who knows what it is to be human. […] There is nothing we can do to prepare for Jesus’s return except to keep watch and stay alert — and ready for the adventure. (RM, 29th Nov 2020)
Christ the King (Ezekiel 34:11-16,20-24, Ephesians 1:15-23) Today, Christ the King Sunday, we look at how Jesus reigns over all, as our king – not just through his wonder, but also through his humility and servant-like nature. (BP)
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…
«Fear the Lord and serve Him!» We all face moments when life isn’t quite what we expected it to be, when it doesn’t match up to our dreams. Yes, we should put our faith in God, but that’s not to say that we shouldn’t keep our zeal to “change the world” and encourage others to do the same.
People Jesus Met: The Roman Centurion. Today, we learn a lesson about how God can use those who don’t know Him to teach us about faith. Do we recognise Jesus’ authority? Are we emboldened by it enough to step out in faith and take action?