Contributing sermons since Aug 13, 2020
Contributed on Nov 11, 2021
A Sermon for Remembrance 2021
In the name of the Living God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. The ebb and flow of life is slowly starting to find its rhythm again after almost 2 years of unrest and worry for so many, and while there are many who have found a new routine, we know that the Pandemic is still amongst us, so ...read more
Contributed on Nov 4, 2021
We consider how the calling of the fishermen affects our lives, and allows us to focus on our own calling and why it is important for us to share our faith beginnings with others.
In the name of the Living God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. As I sat thinking about our Gospel this morning, a film that I watched a number of years ago came to mind, a comedy called School of life, starring Ryan Reynolds. Reynolds was a school teacher whose job was to teach his students ...read more
Contributed on Oct 28, 2021
We have an annual service, The Commemoration of the faithful departed, where people gather to remember and give thanks for their loved one who have died. Here is my offering for this years service.
May I speak in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. As I reflected on the year that we have had since the last time we gathered for this service in 2020, none of us could have imagined that what we were experiencing would still be prevalent in our lives, and for many people the ...read more
Contributed on Oct 27, 2021
A look at our understanding of what the Feast of All Saints is about and how it can inspire us in our Christian walk. (Based on a sermon I wrote many years ago)
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen. When our culture transforms a "holy day" into a "secular holiday," it almost always manages to focus on the wrong side of the equation. Let me explain what I mean. The number of shopping days left till Christmas ...read more
Contributed on Sep 22, 2021
As we think about the young man who couldn't give up his wealth, we consider Jesus teaching on the subject and how money affects our relationship with God
In the name of the living God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. I doubt that there is anyone listening to this sermon that hasn’t seen the film Titanic. If you haven’t seen it then I’m sorry if I spoil the end of the film for you because it sinks! But wind back about 30 minutes before that ...read more