The resurrection occurs ‘out there’ and within us
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Easter 21st April 2019
All biblical experiences of resurrection (meeting the risen Christ) involve people with some sort of prior connection to Jesus. Doesn’t that make the accounts of people who claim to witness the resurrection suspect? Of course they would say he … Continue Reading ››
The cross exposes the violence of the world
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Good Friday, April 19th 2019
A ten year old should be able to understand why Jesus died on the cross, so I’m going to attempt to explain it to your inner ten year old.
Imagine a class of school kids. There’s one kid who’s … Continue Reading ››
Sermon by Andy Wurm for Maundy Thursday 2019
At the last supper, Jesus shared bread and wine with his closest disciples. He took a simple meal, a simple ritual, and imprinted it with himself, so that by repeating it, people like us could remember him. Remembering Jesus in that way is not just remembering … Continue Reading ››
Children's Easter Egg Hunt
Easter Sunday - 21 April
Crafers Church of the Epiphany following the 10 am Service
Our search for God and our service to others will never be conducted in a neat world.
Life will never submit to our good intentions, will never fall in line, will never stand still long enough to do our bidding.
Life will never cease to be a messy affair, and our spiritual journey will never … Continue Reading ››
Faith can shape how we experience life
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Lent 2, 17th March 2019
In the gospel reading today we hear Jesus being asked a popular question: Continue Reading ››