Today visiting preacher, Reverend Gillian Moses, School Chaplain at St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School, explores Jesus’ parable of The Good Samaritan, based on the Gospel Reading from Luke 10: 25-37. The image referred to is the painting by Vincent Van Gogh seen above, courtesy of www.VincentVanGogh.org.
Today Rev’d Jan sees the sending out of the “seventy” and their instructions from Jesus as “Discipleship 101” training.
Reverend Timothy starts with the Gospel of Luke 9:51-62 and then references “chariots of fire” to examine the faith, hope and good works of Elijah, and then the persistent Elisha, in realisation of his own calling to continue God’s work.
Today Revd Jan draws together elements of the following readings to reflect on how our relationship with Jesus can help us deal with those destructive inner demons that seem to assail so many in this current age. Related Readings: 1 Kings 19:1-4, 8-15a Galations 3: 10-14, 23-29 Luke 8: 26-39
On Trinity Sunday Melissa shares with us just her second formal sermon as a First Year Theology student. Her theme of relationships in the context of the Holy Trinity flows wonderfully from the heart and reminds us that whilst human relationships cannot hope to match the perfection of the unity of God the Creator, Jesus […]
Today in celebration of Pentecost, Rev’d Jan explores the notion that the Holy Spirit within each of us beckons us forward to use the gifts we are given- “there are things to do and places to go!”
Today Rev’d Jan speaks with Auntie Jean Phillips about the meaning of reconciliation for Aboriginal people and the role of Faith Communities in the process.
Today Rev’d Jan picks up the twin Gospel themes from John 14: 23-29 – “Peace be with you” and ” Do not be troubled or afraid”.
Through today’s sermon Neville Eckersley reminds us of the exhortation of Jesus to his disciples, and through the ages to us, to love one another. That is how others will know we are His disciples.
Reverend Jan references the Gospel of John 10:22-30 and Psalm 23 to show if we but follow Jesus as the Good Shepherd, then goodness and mercy will follow us.