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  • No Doubt It Really Is Him

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Mar 26, 2017

    Sermon about doubt, and not recognising Jesus

    When I was a child, I was allowed to walk to and from school on my own as soon as I could safely cross the road, and from quite an early age, I was pretty much allowed to disappear all afternoon during weekends, just so long as I was home by dinner time. Now I am not suggesting the world was a more

  • No Traitor, But Servant Of God Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 25, 2014

    St. Thomas of Canterbury lived a life in service to God, a service in love and defense of His Church and people.

    St. Thomas of Canterbury Mass (December 29) Thirteen Days of Christmas There is no doubt what happened on December 29, 1170, but what one thinks of it depends very much on a connection to the people and places of twelfth century England. On that day, four English knights of Norman descent came more

  • Psalm 23:5 Provision In The Presence Of Our Enemies. Series

    Contributed by Sam Furmage on Nov 4, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    A 20 minute walk through Psalm 23:5 and putting into context for St Thomas' an Anglican Church in semi-rural Hampshire, UK.

    Sunday 4th November 2012 11:00 – The Living Room @ St Thomas, Fair Oak Psalm 23:5 Now, O Lord, take my lips and speak through them; Take our minds and think through them; Take our hearts and set them on fire with love for Yourself, Lord Jesus. Amen Good Morning!! I am about to more

  • Thomas, The Twin, And The Divine Mercy

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 25, 2014

    In the lives and work of St. Thomas, Pope St. John, and Pope St. John Paul, we can see the operation of the Divine Mercy coming from the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

    Divine Mercy Sunday 2014 Canonization of Two Popes In the first century, there were no printing presses, no typewriters, no word processors, no i-pads, and, in the Holy Land and Rome, no cheap paper. If a literate person wanted to read, he picked up a scroll of papyrus, or parchment, and more

  • Careful Promises

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jul 9, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    St. Thomas Acquinas said, "All of society is based on promises and trust." We must therefore be careful about the promises we make and our intentions to keep them.

    Mark 6: 14 – 29 / Be Careful What You Promise Intro: An Irishman had been drinking all night at a pub. The bartender announced the pub was closing so the Irishman stood up to leave and fell flat on his face. He tried again to stand with the same result; so, he decided to crawl outside and get more

  • Why Do People Leave Churches? Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Mar 4, 2014

    John's most basic concern is to give this church confidence again in what they have believed about Jesus. And he reminds them that this message is carried by the church that listens to the Apostles, and it isn't found anywhere else.

    Sermon by Rev John Altmann There are a number of ways that people leave churches, for both good and bad reasons. A good reason to leave is to be sent out to serve in another place. We've seen that recently with Heather and Adam. They spent two years with us practicing their ministry, trying more

  • The Leader And The Work Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 20, 2015

    Nehemiah has got them to agree to rebuild but now it needs to be organised. They get all the people involved in groups according to their ability though there are a few who refuse to get involved.

    Sermon by Rev George Hemmings When I was growing up, I spent my weekends and holidays working on our family farm. I’d come home from boarding school and straight away be put to work. There’d be a long list of jobs to do, like mowing the acre that was our front yard, or weeding the more

  • Faith And Doubt In Between

    Contributed by Jon Lipka on Apr 29, 2014

    During our life, from baptism and going home to the Lord, we live "in between" faith and doubt. But not all doubt is bad, and it can be used to draw us closer to God.

    What is our motto? “A believing church in a doubting world.” St. Thomas the Disciple is a church that believes in the Lord Jesus Christ. What does that—believing in Jesus Christ—mean? Isn’t that the real question? Lots of churches, real and so-called, profess some more

  • Is There A God

    Contributed by Ronnie Knight on May 9, 2008

    There is a God who has revealed Himself and a personal relationship with His Son Jesus Christ is the only way to have a right relationship with Him.This sermon should challenge every believer in their faith and confront every unbeliever in their lost-ness

    Subject: Existence of God Scripture: Isaiah 1.18 Sermon: Is there a God? Scope: This sermon should challenge every believer in their faith and confront every unbeliever in their lost-ness. Summary: There is a God who has revealed Himself and a personal relationship with His Son Jesus Christ is more

  • Future/Past Series

    Contributed by Gavin Rushton on Jul 28, 2016

    A sermon about how the future is built on the legacy of the past and how we can learn to help each other to pursue after Jesus

    Hi Everyone, I want to start by saying thank you to you all for the welcome that we have received since our move back up to Cumbria, it has been truly amazing and a real blessing, helping us all to feel really loved and appreciated. Thank you all for praying for Annie at the end of last year, I more

  • What Is Most Precious To You? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 3, 2012

    How can we believer that the bread and wine become truly the Body and Blood of Christ? How can we not, because of the power of the Holy Spirit acting through the Word of God?

    Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ 10 June 2012 Spirit of the Liturgy What is valuable to you? What is most precious? I propose that the most valuable object in my life and yours is fairly easy to find. It is the object we keep closest to us. It is what we will risk our life to run more

  • Finding The Lord Your God

    Contributed by Jon Lipka on Jan 13, 2013

    The Lord is our God and Father, and He wants it to go well with us forever. He has given us his Law to help us come to Him.

    Turn to page # in your service book, and recite the words of the Greatest Commandment with me. … Every Sunday we hear these words; this Sunday we hear them three times, in the opening of our liturgy, in the Old Testament lesson, and in the Gospel proclamation. Every faithful Jew recites them more

  • God’s Eternal Plan

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Dec 15, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    God’s great plan is eternal because he set it out before the creation of the world, because it’s effective right now and because it reaches into the future to the end of time. This eternal, cosmic plan is being worked out day by day and we’re part of it.

    I hope that those of you who were here last week have been waiting with anticipation to hear more about God’s eternal plan for the world. As we’ll see in a moment it’s an eternal plan because he set it out before the creation of the world, because it’s effective right now and because it reaches more

  • The Transformation

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 29, 2008

    Jesus renews the ancient Hebrew Passover meal and gives it a new reality in the true Lamb of God.

    December 29, 2008 Sacramentum Caritatis The new priest offered his first sermon to his congregation. As the people left, many stopped and complimented him on his preaching. He thanked them, went through the week and, the next Sunday, noticed a larger congregation. Some of the parishioners more

  • Arise, Shine For Your Light Has Come Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 15, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus came to bring the fulfilment of this prophecy of Isaiah 60 & 61. He’s the one who brings light into the world. He’s the one who brings liberty and forgiveness and true freedom.

    We come today to the end of our series on Isaiah and to the climax of the book. Here we find God’s salvation brought to its culmination. God has come to dwell with his people; and the whole world is drawn to him to receive the salvation he offers. It’s as though Isaiah sees a vision more