Latest sermons:
10:30am, Sunday, June 7, 2020
Series: General
Duration: 19 mins 38 secs
Disruption is not only something that we experience. The original Christians were also disrupted in their plans for spreading the Gospel. But the Holy Spirit is not stopped, and guides us and brings good fruit from this time. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: https://youtu.be/OZ5U6aQbqzM) [Prerecorded music - Trinity Sunday, Pentecost 1]
8:30am, Friday, April 19, 2019
Series: General
Duration: 8 mins 7 secs
It turns out that the New Testament uses two different words for 'time': the first, for 'clock time', is 'chronos'. The second word, meaning the proper or opportune time for action, is 'kairos' (or as we would say, something happened "at just the right time"). In this service, we walked through the hours, one by one, leading up to Jesus' death and burial. [Organ/Choir/Band - Good Friday]
10:30am, Sunday, December 9, 2018
Passage: Luke 3:1-6
Series: General
Visiting Pastor Brett Kennett unwraps the beautiful imagery from Isaiah, used to describe John the Baptist's cry from the wilderness, and so gloriously set to music in Handel's Messiah. (Again, technical issues means no recordings or podcast for today; but the sermon text is downloadable as a PDF.) [Organ/Choir - Advent 2]
8:30am, Sunday, September 16, 2018
Passage: Mark 8:27-38
Series: General
Duration: 17 mins 12 secs
Visiting Pastor Brett Kennett probes the clash between Peter and Jesus about the nature of the Messiah's calling. But then he turns the question around, because it is so topic in today's selfie age. Who are we? Where is our worth? [Organ/Choir - Pentecost 17]
8:30am, Sunday, January 15, 2017
Series: General
Duration: 16 mins 24 secs
When John's disciples asked Jesus where he was staying, his reply was "Come and see". In a similar way, Jesus invites us to abide with him, grow into relationship with him, and then invite others, too, to come and see. Guest preacher today is Pastor Brett Kennett. [Organ - Epiphany 2]