Sermon by Andy Wurm, Pentecost 9, 2nd August 2020
The story of Jesus feeding five thousand plus people is one of the miracles Jesus performed, which makes him a person we want to grow closer to. We want to know how he is relevant to our lives, and what is the nature of … Continue Reading ››
A Reflection on Call and Response
In his book Callings: Finding and Following an Authentic Life, Gregg Levoy says, ‘living means being addressed,” as the theologian Martin Buber once said, and whatever or whoever is addressing us is a power like wind or fusion or faith; we can’t see the force, but we can see what … Continue Reading ››
God is love, so ‘God’ is a verb
Sermon by Andy Wurm, for Trinity Sunday, June 7 th 2020
Winston Churchill, once said that Democracy was the worst form of government, except for all the other forms of government. He was quoting someone else.
Today, as we celebrate Trinity Sunday in the church, it’s worth remembering … Continue Reading ››
A video of the service will be available on the Facebook page >>> https://www.facebook.com/stirlinganglican/
Pentecost worship from Crafers 310520
New life requires acceptance
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Sunday after Ascension Day, 24 th May 2020
One of the hardest transitions in life can be the move from the way you want things to be, to the way they are, if they are not the same.
A book about how to be a parent to a … Continue Reading ››
We celebrate the Patronal Festival of the Church of the Ascension in Aldgate, South Australia with a Liturgy of the Word.
Please watch the video of the Service.
The Service Sheet is below.
Ascension Day Service 210520
What we believe can make us more or less receptive to God
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Sixth Sunday of Easter, 17th May, 2020
Some years … Continue Reading ››
Believing in Jesus is inclusive living
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Easter 5, 10th May 2020
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Sunday Services are currently on hold due to Covid-19.