Sermons in this series
Sun, Aug 25, 2019

Whether it's that dream job, loving relationship or being at peace with our life and outlook, there's something really fulfilling and life affirming about being part of something special.

This does not happen by chance. We have the raw materials to make it happen but there's one dangerous thing we have to be prepared to do.

Take a risk.

You'll never achieve anything by burying the possibility of real contentment. The real returns come from stepping out, getting involved and being ready to use what you have.

Sun, Aug 18, 2019

Our purpose as Christ's friends is to celebrate and illuminate Christ's pageantry journey to the consummation of the creation with his love. Crucially, if we are cavalier or careless, the Christian mission falls flat The challenge is for the Church to keep the occasion as time goes by. Christ is preparing all for a glorious eternal climax

Sun, Aug 11, 2019
11-Aug PM; Matthew 13: 44 – 46
Sun, Aug 11, 2019
11-Aug AM; Luke 15: 11 - 32
Sun, Aug 04, 2019

Parables are stories Jesus told which refer to everyday events where you'd expect the circumstances (if not the players), to be familiar to the audience.

What makes parables different is that the story has specific spiritual implications. Drawn into the story, we have to recognise our need to act, to believe or to change.

Today's story has two interlinked outcomes - the reality of God's judgement and our responsibility to lead fruitful lives for the Kingdom. God has great expectations so us but will always provide the mans to fur us to get involved.

Sun, Aug 04, 2019

The invitation is extended — and accepted.  The guests arrive on the appointed evening, and as they recline around an impressively laden table, Simon settles in for a few hours of good food and lively conversation.

Enter the woman with the alabaster jar.  In Luke's account, the woman is unnamed and unwelcome — "a woman in the city, who was a sinner."  How exactly she crashes the party, we don't know, but she manages to get in the door, approach the table, kneel quietly behind Jesus, and let down her hair. 

The contrast between her and the home owner is only too clear. But, they both share one thing - they both need to be forgiven although only one of them knows it and will show love in an unforgettable way.