Latest sermons:
8:30am, Sunday, April 18, 2021
Duration: 15 mins 30 secs
God’s mission call is not a law-based demand or obligation, but rather a joyful invitation to participate in what He is already doing. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Organ - Easter 3]
7:30pm, Thursday, April 1, 2021
Series: General
Duration: 15 mins 55 secs
“Do This in Remembrance of Me.” With the Lord’s Supper, Jesus gave us a gift that takes us into his presence. His Word with the bread and wine bring us into his saving acts of grace completed that very first Easter, but also gifted anew when we receive this meal. It is a foretaste of the heavenly banquet with Jesus, also promised for us in heaven. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Organ/Choir - Maundy Thursday]
8:30am, Sunday, March 21, 2021
Passage: John 12:20-33
Series: General
Duration: 15 mins 34 secs
Jesus says in the gospel reading today, “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified” (John 12:20​-33). But what does Jesus mean that the Son of Man will be glorified? He calls us to follow him to the cross, and be met there by our gracious God who is there for us and all in need, and who calls and commissions us to go into the world with hope and new life for all. Here is the hour of glory. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Organ/Choir - Lent 5]
12:51pm, Monday, March 8, 2021
Series: General
Duration: 17 mins 42 secs
“The Power of God Is in Jesus’ Sacrifice on the Cross.” “More power to you”. Do you know this saying? What is power and do you have it? We often look for meaning in all the wrong places. God says clearly and powerfully, the message of the cross and the person of Jesus in giving his life is God’s power for you. And you have power to share. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Organ/Choir - Lent 3]
8:30am, Sunday, February 21, 2021
Passage: Mark 1:9-15
Series: General
Duration: 14 mins 7 secs
“What time is it?” At the beginning of Mark’s Gospel, Jesus announces that “the time has been fulfilled”. What does this mean for us? Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection bring those who trust in him, sure and eternal life, free from the power of sin, death, and the evil one. But he also calls us to know the time is now to follow where he leads in bringing the gospel to the world. The time is now to dwell in the gospel, and to go with it to the people around us. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Organ - Lent 1]
7:30pm, Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Passage: Psalm 51
Series: General
Duration: 9 mins 50 secs
In Psalm 51, David vividly tells us of the reality check he (and we) have because of sin. All humans are guilty of sin, and face God's sentence of death. In Lent, we meet this reality check for ourselves. But this is not the final word. For Lent also gives us the call to focus anew and in new ways on the one who saves: Jesus Christ and his cross - and so Lent is truly a springtime for our souls. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Prerecorded music - Ash Wednesday]
8:30am, Sunday, February 7, 2021
Series: General
Duration: 15 mins 10 secs
Nelson Mandela’s autobiography is titled 'Long Walk to Freedom'. Mandela did all he could to free his country from the bondage of apartheid. Christ Jesus made the long walk to the cross and from the tomb to set all people free who put their trust in him. New life in Christ brings a wonderful freedom to serve others so that they too may receive the freedom to live and make the life-long walk to freedom with Christ. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Organ - Epiphany 5]
8:30am, Sunday, January 31, 2021
Passage: Mark 1:21-28
Series: General
Duration: 16 mins 13 secs
The people are amazed that Jesus teaches with authority. But what is this authority, and what does it mean for them, and for us today? Jesus’ authority is revealed in Mark’s gospel as authority from God to serve, and to give his life in order to bring life to people. Jesus gives his disciples the same authority. How will we use it? (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: ) [Organ - Epiphany 4]
8:30am, Friday, December 25, 2020
Passage: John 1:14
Series: General
Duration: 8 mins 18 secs
The Christmas story introduces a little baby born in tough, hard circumstances in a cattle shed. This little baby is God's big plan for you and for all people. The little one whose name is Jesus grew and gave his life for all people, that all who believe in him may live eternally, and be known as children of God. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: [Prerecorded music - Christmas Day]) Repeated Sunday Dec 27th.
7:00pm, Thursday, December 24, 2020
Passage: Luke 2:8-16
Series: General
Duration: 7 mins 25 secs
The story of th birth of Christ is quite amazing. From the seemingly rushed and uncertain aspects of his birth ti the amazing good news of great joy for all people. This Christmas 2020, put it all into perspective by stopping and treasuring the news for you, and urgently being ready to share the news with all. (YouTube video of the service including this sermon: [Prerecorded music - Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols])