Sermons by Jonathan Kemp

Loaves and Fishes

Today Rev’d Jonathan reflects on the Gospel reading where Jesus feeds the Five Thousand with five barley loaves and two fish. Read below or download the ODF copy Some years ago, one of my favourite TV shows was called “Good News Week.” It was a light-hearted look back over the news of the week, but […]

Trinity Sunday 7th June 2020

Asking the new parish curate to preach on Trinity Sunday is a time-honoured tradition around the world. The conventional wisdom seems to be that Trinity Sunday is a good day for clergy to avoid preaching, because it’s the one Sunday of the year devoted to a church doctrine rather than something Jesus said or another […]

Palm Sunday

PALM SUNDAY SERMON: The Rev’d. Jonathan Kemp If I could nominate one word for ‘word of the year’ right now, it would be: “unprecedented”. Some things we are all experiencing right now have never happened before in human history; other things have not happened since war-time. If you are anything like me, you are hearing […]

Living Water

Today Jonathan focuses on the encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well. He also brings to us a wonderful prayer for the current time of anxiety about world health.