Category Archives: Sermons

A Reflection on Call and Response

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 ››
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God is love, so ‘God’ is a verb

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 ››
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There is no death in God

There is no death in God

Sermon by Andy Wurm, Lent 5, 29th March 2020

For today’s sermon, I’m going to walk through the gospel passage for today – John 11:1-45, commenting as I go. Now a certain man was ill, Lazarus of Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. Mary was … Continue Reading ››
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