Love One Another

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.    

Resurrection – An idea worth living for

Today Neville takes the Gospel reading John 21:1-19 and explores just how Jesus’ resurrection changes everything. It changed everything for Simon Peter, wiping away his three denials of Jesus with three affirmations of love for his master and friend. It changed everything for Paul on the road to Damascus. It changes everything for us through […]

Resurrection Faith

Revd Geoff Reeder has read the Gospel (John 20: 19-31) and commenced the sermon when the recording begins.  He examines how Jesus appeared to the disciples and then how Thomas sees and feels the truth of the risen Lord, and the lesson in this for us today. Enjoy Rev Geoff’s sharing of his night driving […]


Following the Gospel reading for today (Luke 13:1-9), Revd Jan Crombie gives the sermon on repentance, returning to God, and the parable of the fig tree. The other readings for today are: Genesis 5:1-12,17-18, Psalm 27 and Philippians 3:17- 4:1.


The Rev Jan Crombie reads todays gospel (Luke 4:1-15) about Jesus’ temptation in the wilderness. She then gives the sermon on looking inward…some might say, the longest journey of all.

Blessings and Trust

The recording starts with todays Gospel reading (Luke 6: 17-26) and then Revd Jan expands on the theme of blessings and trust.  The other readings for today are: Jeremiah 17:5-10, Psalm 1 and 1 Corinthians 15:12-20.


This recording starts with Rev Bill Crossman reading todays gospel (Luke 5:1-11) about Jesus and the fishermen, he then goes on to explain it’s meaning.

The Problem of the Human Race

The recording starts with todays Gospel (Luke 4: 14-21) and then Revd Geoff Reeder uses that to expand on the topic of the problem with the human race.  The other readings for today are: Nehemiah 8: 1-3, 5-6, 8-10, Psalm 19 and 1 Corinthians 12: 12-31