Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sermon – Galatians 1:1-12 – Trinity 1 (2/6/13)

The epistles of Paul make up a good part of the New Testament – the letters to the Romans, Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians and so on. Most of them are named after the city, region or area they … Continue reading

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Sermon – Romans 5:1-5 – Trinity Sunday (26/5/13)

Have you ever tuned in to some of the “religious” channels on SkyTV? Don’t! Anyone who has enough money can set up a TV channel and broadcast anything they want – and it usually comes with a plea to send … Continue reading

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Sermon – John 17:20-26 – Easter 7 (12th May 2013)

Every so often a musical manuscript is discovered, with an unknown piece by a famous composer. Sometimes they have languished in piles of papers in libraries or private collections for centuries, and the owners have not realised the treasure they … Continue reading

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Sermon – Acts 16:9-15 & John 14:23-29 – Easter 6 (5th May 2013)

If only I could pick the right numbers and win the lottery it would sort out all my problems. If only I had a better boss I’d enjoy my job and work harder. If only I’d a more inspiring teacher … Continue reading

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