Trinity Sunday

The nature of the world derives from the nature of God as communion

Sermon by Andy Wurm, Trinity Sunday, 16th June 2019

Christmas Island is home to about 90 million Red Crabs. They are a ‘keystone’ species, in that they eat seeds, seedlings and other things from the floor of the rainforest, keeping it clear, … Continue Reading ››
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A Note from Bridgewater.

Friendships made in the Parish endure. The photo of a Bridgewater Cluster Group lunch at Richard and Susanne Sarre’s home a week or so ago is testament to this. News of families is exchanged, updated, and celebrated. Planning for the next gathering is done, with each family hosting in turn. Pictured are former parishioners the Gaetjens, the Kornats … Continue Reading ››
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God wants to reshape our desire

God wants to reshape our desire

Sermon by Andy Wurm, Easter 3, 5th 2019

Have you ever come to the realisation that you did something purely because you were caught up in a group mentality? Discovering an old photograph, it would explain why you thought flairs and a crocheted top seemed so cool at the … Continue Reading ››
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Easter Day 2019

Easter Day 2019

I find wondering to be a fruitful way to explore religious and spiritual meaning. Wondering is open-minded exploration with a strong sense of awe and respect. So today I wonder why people respond differently to reports of the resurrection. Secondly, I wonder whether there … Continue Reading ››
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