Sermons by Matt Davis

Sermons by Matt Davis

Bible Sunday

Last Sunday after Trinity Readings: Colossians 3. 12-17; Matthew 24. 30-35 (view all) A sermon for Bible Sunday, reflecting on how God’s word can guide us today.

The Art of Rest

Fourth Sunday in Creation Readings: Leviticus 25. 1-7; John 6. 1-15 (view all) A sermon reflecting on our need for rest, both as human beings and for God’s world.

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 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…

Sunday after Ascension

Our online Sunday service, exploring what it means to wait, as Jesus’ disciples waited for the arrival of the Holy Spirit. One of our services for Thy Kingdom Come, a global wave of prayer. 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:

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.

Healing Hands

I often think about how we as a church can be there for people in need. How we can be more inclusive, more welcoming. And how we can be there for those who feel like outsiders. We can all have times when we feel like the outsider. I know there are times when I have made others feel like the outsider. The offer of healing is to be experienced today, but how can healing make space for the outsider?