Growing God’s Kingdom (Sermon 14 June 2015)

Today Ben reflected on the wonderful growth we have had in our church and the things we can do to help grow God’s Kingdom.  The gospel reading for today was Mark 4:26-34.  The words for the song can be found here – Build Your Kingdom Here (Rend Collective). (pdf download).   Enjoy. Play on-line: Download mp3:Continue reading “Growing God’s Kingdom (Sermon 14 June 2015)”

What fruit will we bear?

Sunday, 3 March Readings: Isaiah 55:1-9; Psalm 63:1-8; 1 Corinthians 10:1-13; Luke 13:1-9 When tragedy strikes, when we’re faced with suffering, it’s natural to ask ‘why?’ Why did this happen? Why this innocent person? Why me? Why is a very big question, and often it’s not seeking an answer but simply wanting to be heardContinue reading “What fruit will we bear?”

Family learning activity: Getting another chance (3 March 2013)

Scripture: Luke 13:1-9 Some people were telling Jesus about some bad news that had happened recently. A group of people had been killed by the Roman governor on their way to the Temple. Some workers were killed when the tower they were working on fell on top of them. What had they done to deserve to die this way? Was GodContinue reading “Family learning activity: Getting another chance (3 March 2013)”

Bishop’s News November 2012

This month, Bishop Justin writes: I have been reflecting this month about the centrality of Jesus to our faith.  I was impacted when I sat through three different talks by gifted Anglicans.  All talks were inspirational and had great content; they all talked about the parables, teaching and ethics of Jesus.  However in each caseContinue reading “Bishop’s News November 2012”