Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sermon – Easter Day (John 20:1-18)

Loosing a loved one is a difficult, painful, horrible experience. The harsh truth is that it is something we will all experience, and the more we love, the more painful the loss. To loose our life’s partner is one of … Continue reading

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Sermon – Good Friday (18/4/14)

What language shall I borrow, to praise thee, dearest friend, For this thy dying sorrow, thy pity without end? O agony and dying! O love to sinners free! Jesus all grace supplying, turn thou thy face on me. These words, … Continue reading

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Sermon – The Upper Room (Maundy Thursday) – 17/4/14

Some time ago there was a news report about the bells of St Bartholomew’s church in Dublin being silenced by the city council, because residents of the area complained about them chiming through the night. They had done this since … Continue reading

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Sermon – The High Priest’s House (Wed in Holy Week) – 16/4/14

Our journey continues tonight as we arrive in the court of the High Priest’s house. Jesus has prayed in Gethsemane, he has been arrested, and now brought for questioning so that some charge can be made against him. It is … Continue reading

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Sermon – Gethsemane – Tuesday in Holy Week (Matthew 26:36-46)

There was once a small girl who had never seen her father anything but cheerful. As long as she could remember, he had been smiling at her. He smiled when she was born, the daughter he had longed for. He … Continue reading

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Sermon – Monday in Holy Week – The Temple (Matthew 21:12-22)

Once upon a time there was a king who wanted to give his country a new lease of life. He decided to capture a city that none of his people had lived in before, and make it his capital, so … Continue reading

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Sermon – Palm Sunday (13.4.14)

Our journey into the mystery of Christ’s suffering and death is an intense one. Over the next seven days we experience so much – tension, anxiety, fear, betrayal, anger, love, bereavement, shock, surprise, confusion. Holy week can become cerebral time … Continue reading

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