Sermons on Matthew

Sermons on Matthew

The Great Hymn of Creation

The First Sunday of Creation Readings: Job 37. 14-24; Matthew 8. 23-27 (view all) I wonder when you last had a ‘wow!’ moment, when you were suddenly hit once again by the beauty of the world around us? For me it was when I was on holiday, wondering around a place called, Nant yr Arian, in English the Silver Valley, near where I grew up. It was a beautiful sunny afternoon, with the sunlight reflected in the lake below us,…

The Way of the Cross

Twelfth Sunday after Trinity Readings: Romans 12. 9-21; Matthew 16. 21-28 (view all) I wonder when you last experienced a truly anti-climatic event? It might have been a sporting event that didn’t end the way you wanted. Or an ending to a film or TV series, that didn’t go down the way you were expecting it. Or even the personal experience in your work or social life, of putting huge energy into planning an event which then, either because of…

Who do you say I am?

Eleventh Sunday after Trinity If you’ve ever had to spend more than a few minutes around children of a certain age, you will be more than familiar with their ability to innocently question all kinds of things. Evie, our daughter who is now seven, is still full of questions. From, ‘Mum, Dad, how can I get a baby?’, to ‘Where does Jesus live now?’ The, often candid and unexpected, questions that children ask mirror so many of our own questions.…

Sunday 28th June (Trinity III)

Our online service for Sunday 28th June, exploring how God is with us in acts of kindness and hospitality. You are God’s gift to the world! How will you be a blessing to others? Online Giving With face-to-face services and activities suspended, there has been a significant negative impact on our church finances this year. You can help by continuing to donate to our work online:

Sunday 21st June (Trinity II)

Join us as we gather online at 10.30am for our Sunday service, exploring why the power of faith is strongest when we are at the end of ourselves. Find the strength to keep going, by worshipping alongside others online. Have the chance to pause, reflect and pray. Explore how to find new life, by surrendering our baggage to Jesus. Our hope is that by the end of today’s service you will be refreshed and challenged to be fully alive during…

Sunday 14th June (Trinity I)

Join us live at 10.30am for this week’s online service, exploring the Church’s role in growing God’s kingdom. Connect with others who are trying to live faithfully in these challenging times. Have the chance to pause, pray and reflect. Learn how to play your part in strengthening your local community. 🙏 We pray that you at the end you will feel refreshed, renewed and challenged for the week ahead. And if you can’t join us live in the morning, then…

Trinity Sunday

Our online service for Trinity Sunday, exploring how we can return to the heart of our faith – who God is and who Jesus calls his Church to be. Online Giving With face-to-face services and activities suspended, there has been a significant negative impact on our church finances this year. You can help by continuing to donate to our work online:

Christian Aid Online Service

Our ecumenical, online service for Christian Aid Week 2020, joining our hands together to make a difference for our global neighbours! Produced by the partner churches in the Cardiff East Ecumenical Mission Partnership. Make your donation to Christian Aid Week here:

Easter Day 2020

Our online service for Easter Day, where we ask what place there is for Easter this year in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. With readings, prayers, reflections and traditional Easter hymns.

David, Non & the miracle of ministry

In David’s time, and the centuries following, it was through the lens of these mystical, often miraculous stories, and through the landscape itself, that people made sense of their spirituality. In our time, though, things seem much more complicated. The boundaries of our rational worldview are much more tightly framed. Heaven can seem a very distant place, and any spiritual experiences are easy to doubt, explaining them away through psychological reasoning. So what does the life of our patron, Dewi Sant, have to say to us today, living in a very different world?
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