• Thomas Wilson

    Contributing sermons since Dec 23, 2003
Thomas's church

Knightswood Congregational
Glasgow, *Province/Other G13 3BA

About Thomas
  • Education: Bachelor of Divinity (University of Glasgow) 1999 Certificate in Counselling Skills (Strathclyde University) 2009
  • Experience: Most of my experience has been in Coatdyke Congregational Church, however most of my preaching began in The (Presbyterian) Church of Scotland. I found myself in demand for freelance preaching, being invited to churches all over the West and Central Scotland to lead worship. This locum cover, provided me with great insight into differences in culture and traditions, which can be found only 5 miles from a sister church, affirming my belief that all are different.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I struggle because I am dyslexic and wish I could be clearer with my writing skills but I'm learning to articulate this better nowadays - perhaps my final ever sermon will make sense!
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: The story of the Shepherd in the field, based on the 23rd Psalm.
  • Family: Married to Tracy, two beautiful young daughters.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Preaching should be like a woman’s mini skirt - short enough to keep an interest, long enough to cover the essentials! From a Roman Catholic Priest!
  • Books that have had an impact: "No better than I should be, the making of a minister." by the Rev’d Jimmy Dow and "God’s Conman" a biographical account of the late Rev’d Jimmie Currie
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: Whilst leading worship, I used the old hymn, When the roll is called up yonder... I’ll be there." I got so enthusiastic, that I pointed straight to the floor of the church when I got to the "I’ll be there part." Perhaps it was a sign of things to come for me!
  • What I want on my tombstone: He wanted cremated!
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  • Easter Sunday, Christ Has Risen!

    Contributed on Apr 7, 2023

    Without darkness, there can be no light.

    Can you think of your darkest moment in life, perhaps it was some time ago, perhaps it was just recent or maybe your darkest moment in life is happening to you right now. Whatever and whenever your darkest moment arises, be assured you will come through and see the light and that’s a promise that more

  • The Challenge

    Contributed on Sep 7, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Challenge we face as Christians - 9/11 and forgiveness and judgement....are we comfortable being Christians?

    Soon as I get in from work, I like to get comfortable. I kick of my shoes, strip off my clothes, head for a shower and then put on my normal clothes – denims, t-shirt and trainers – l love to be comfortable and hate wearing shirts of any kind or suits for that matter! When I sit more

  • Rule Breakers?

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    A general sermon - not too deep on the relationship of rule breakers and our Biblical heroes and Jesus Christ.

    And so from last week, the essence of the message that I delivered is quite simple, there are times you can be between the rock and the hard place, not through your choice, not through your own actions but you’re there because of a course of actions that others have taken. Our lives are more

  • Dear Sweet Matilda With Two Faces

    Contributed on Aug 27, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    A story of perception and deception based on hypocrasy.

    Out of the shadow came sweet little Matilda, an elderly woman who was very sociable and liked to talk to everyone and anyone. Everyone knew Matilda in the town, she was there from day dot – she was always there. No one could imagine the town without her she was so well known and so kind and more

  • Who Will You Spend Christmas With?

    Contributed on Dec 18, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    The real reason for the season. Is it really to be with the family and if so, which one?

    We will return to our homes tonight after this service where we welcome the Immanuel into our lives. The majority of us will return satisfied in the knowledge that our homes are warm and for some there will be the last minute items that require our attention, but all in all, everything is done and more

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