The recording starts with the reading of today’s gospel (Luke 14:25-33) and then Dr Rachel McFadyen uses the reading to explore the cost of discipleship and the need to put God first. During the week, Rev Jan had sent out three questions to be considered in light of the gospel reading: What do you find […]
Today Rev. Jan speaks on how even our giving generously still needs to be tested for its real value in God’s sight.
This week Rev Jan shares thoughts on the Gospel reading (Luke 13. 10:17) where Jesus rebukes the religious leaders of the time for their hypocrisy in emphasising rules rather than love and compassion.
Today Rachel shares thoughts about the message of both Isaiah and Jesus that God expects us to act rightly.
Today Rev’d Jan speaks about Christian believing lived through faith – trusting in God. The Bible is a history of the acts of faithful people.
We welcome Melissa Conway who takes the readings from the Old Testament Prophets we have heard in recent weeks and weaves them into a continuing message reinforced by Jesus and still relevant for all of us today.
SERMON BY REV JAN CROMBIE PENTECOST SEVEN : Commitment Sunday 28th July 2019 Hosea 1: 2-10; Psalm 85; Colossians 2: 6-15; Luke 11: 1-13 With the prayer your Son taught us always on our lips…. the words of the Collect this morning remind us of the framework and the lens of how we encounter the […]
Our visiting preacher today, Rev. Dr. Colin Nicholson, takes his theme from the Gospel of Luke 10: 38-42 where Martha is busy with the worldly needs of the household while Mary takes the better part of sitting and listening to Jesus.
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.