Sermons from April 2020

The Road to Emmaus

Our gospel reading from Luke is the well-know story of the Easter morning walk to Emmaus. Luke has given us a carefully crafted story, both simple and profound, written in such a way that we are invited to join with those journeying. What will we learn by going on this walk with them? We will […]

Sermon for second Sunday of Easter – St. Thomas Sunday

By Rev’d David Dean In Orthodox Churches around the world, today is known as St Thomas Sunday, when the apostle and martyr is remembered for one of the greatest declarations of faith we find in the Bible: “My Lord and my God” (John 20:28) Today’s passage from John’s Gospel comes up in the bible readings […]

Homily for Easter Eve 2020

Homily for Easter Eve-11th April 2020 : Rev’d. David Dean We all know the meaning of Good Friday, the day when we remember that Jesus died on the cross for our sins. The same is true of Easter Sunday, when we remember that He rose from the dead in triumph over death. But what about […]

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 […]