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  • Reginald Knight

    Contributing sermons since Sep 20, 2014
Reginald's church

St. Philip- The - Less
BRIDGETOWN, *Province/Other bb2003
246 8500562

About Reginald
  • Education: University of the West Indies and Codrington College (seminary). Bachelors in Theology.
  • Experience: a member of the Anglican church for over 40 years. served at various levels and within various organisations in the church. as a student of theology I am required to preach twice each month.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: ENJOY!!!
  • Family: I am married with two sons, my wife is also an Anglican minister.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: THEY THINK IM PREACHING ABOUT THEM SOMETIMES.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: THINKS I PREACH TOO LONG.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: BE YOURSELF, BE TRUTHFUL AND ABOVE ALL MAKE YOUR MESSAGE CLEAR.
  • Books that have had an impact: The wounded healer, CALLED TO BE A CHURCH, LONG WALK TO FREEDOM, TOKENS OF TRUST.
  • Hobbies: Reading, Horseback riding and volleyball.
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: GOD IS MY HOPE AND STRENGTH...
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: MY SCRIPT BLEW AWAY.
  • What I want on my tombstone: HE WAS A MAN OF GOD.
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  • Funeral Service

    Contributed on Mar 21, 2021
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    If our belief in the Communion of Saints brings us nearer to those who are gone from us then it encourages us to do the good things they did that we may after this life be where they are.

    A Service of Thanksgiving, in Loving memory of a Christian Brother. By: Rev. Reginald Knight 1 Corinthians 15: 54. "Death is swallowed up in victory." 1 Corinthians 15: 54. St. Paul must have been a very brave man to write this and to believe this because we all think and know that it ...read more

  • Worshipping In A Time Of Crisis - The Christians Response.

    Contributed on Mar 21, 2021
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    The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a barrage of unknowns – making it impossible for any of us to predict exactly what will happen next

    Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany( 2021) Year B. By. Rev. Reginald Knight For the past few Sundays we have met together through this medium, in compliance with the directives by our authorities and our Diocesan respectively. Yes, we as a church are feeling a certain degree of displacement. Our ...read more

  • Fifth Sunday In Lent

    Contributed on Mar 21, 2021
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    With today’s gospel reading comes the shift to the beginning of the Passion and the response which Jesus makes as he is told that there were some Greeks waiting to see him, points us in the direction of the cross – a place to which Jesus himself is reluctant to go.

    FIFTH SUNDAY IN LENT – Year B By: Rev. Reginald Knight ‘Sir, we wish to see Jesus’ John 12:21 ‘All who see the sacred sign, Press towards heaven’s portal,’ Words from the Hymn written by John Allan Warner (1851-1928) #410 Hymnal. With today’s gospel reading comes the shift to the beginning of ...read more

  • The Scars Of Christianity

    Contributed on Apr 7, 2015
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    This sermon focuses on the scars Jesus received, and reminds us of the Scars we too experience in life, and how we respond.

    WHEN HE HAD SAID THIS HE SHOWED THEM HIS HANDS AND HIS SIDE… All of us have scars somewhere on our body, which have accumulated over the years, and more often than not, there is a story connected to these scars. These scars are reminders of one experience or the other. Some of these scars ...read more

  • The Last Will Be First And The First Will Be Last.

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2014
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    THE WAY IN WHICH WE BEHAVE TOWARDS OTHERS IS IMPORTANT FOR OUWN LIVES. THIS PARABLE INDEED REPRESENTS THIS.

    Proper 20 by: Seminarian Reginald Knight Sunday September 21, 2014. St. Mary’s Anglican Church (The Diocese Of Barbados) Matthew 20: ...read more

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