This Sunday is about Expectation and Expectations. Same word, subtle difference.
Isaiah is giving hope to those who have been exiled and who will eventually return to Zion. His expectation is for the Redeemed to move into a land full of blossom where they will be able to rejoice. “Where waters shall break forth in the wilderness and streams in the desert.” The expectation is that the people will be happy … More Expectation & Expectations
On the Fourth Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me: Four Calling Birds. These birds represent the four Gospels — Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
This sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Wednesday 11 December 2019. You can listen again here … More Elizabeth
I’m sure many of us have been told as young children not to look at the sun or into a light bulb and I think there are probably quite a few of us that did just that because we had been told not to, me included. … More Transfiguration
It’s a happy story, who isn’t happy at a wedding – just look at any wedding photographs, everyone is smiling and seems to be having a good time. Our wedding in Cana is also a feelgood story and a complete story with a beginning, middle and end … More John 2.1-11
The way of the cross is one of hope and salvation. Many of us find using the Stations of the Cross as a way we can put ourselves among the crowds following Jesus along the Via Dolorosa, that rough and rugged path up to the hill of Golgotha, outside the walls of Jerusalem … More Good Friday
We heard this sermon from our Reader Christine on Sunday 6 August 2017.
Transfiguration – a dictionary definition says; a complete change of form or appearance into a more beautiful or spiritual state.
I don’t think we could describe Jesus’ transfiguration any better, but explaining it is a bit more difficult … More Transfiguration