Sermon by Rev'D Barb Messner, 24/2/19In the recent survey about the Soup Supper Lenten Studies, it seemed that a book study might be agreeable, and the choice suggested by a couple of people was Falling Upward by Richard Rohr. Continue Reading ››
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Epiphany 7, 24th February 2019If anyone thinks Christianity has nothing to offer, they should be directed to the most radical words of Jesus: Love your enemies. In a world with so much violence and so many resources tied up with it, there … Continue Reading ››
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Epiphany 6, 17th February 2019I was trying to remember a quote from a medieval theologian which said something along the lines of the happiness Christians will enjoy in heaven will be made even greater upon hearing the suffering of unbeliever’s burning in hell. In … Continue Reading ››
Jesus Saves Us from Sin
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Epiphany 5, February 10th 2019A friend of mine used to have a fridge-magnet which depicted a school-teacher nun looking down on a little child telling him he was personally responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus. That is both … Continue Reading ››
Sermon by Andy Wurm, Epiphany 4, 3rd February 2019How did you come to be the person you are? Who made you? Well, every week we say who made us, or to be more precise, who makes us, and it is God. So, in our Confession, we address God … Continue Reading ››
Matthew 2.1-12There’s something on our pew-sheet each Sunday that I hope everyone notices. It’s always on the front page near the top.
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B 31-12-2017 A & C – Luke 2 21-40One of the things I find myself involved with very often is a hand-over – baptisms, confirmations, marriages, being with the dying and funerals. Custodians of a tradition – of a practice, of special knowledge, custodians of a … Continue Reading ››
Advent 4 B 24-12-17 Bridgewater Luke 1.26-45Waiting for Jesus Today’s Gospel tells us about a young teenage girl; she’s engaged to be married, but an angel visits her and tells her she’s having a baby. Mary’s immediate response was to say,
38 I am the Lord’s servant ... may it be to me as … Continue Reading ››