Sermons on Discipleship

Sermons on Discipleship

Palm Sunday

Sunday 28th March 2021 Why not take the chance to stop and pause as we journey toward Easter? Join us for our Palm Sunday online service! 💒 🌿 Share with us in the account of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, and a glimpse of the events of Holy Week lying ahead. 🕯 Find belonging, comfort and hope as we gather together in Spirit. 🙏 Pray for the people, places and situations on your heart at the moment.

Sunday 28th February

Second Sunday of Lent Looking for a community to journey alongside as we struggle through lockdown together? 🤝 Catch up with for this Sunday’s online service: ❤️ Join with others across our Ministry Area family, as we strengthen and sustain one another. ✝️ Hear as Jesus explains to his followers about the life-giving Way of the Cross – a path through sacrifice and suffering into new life and hope. 🙏 Pray for those who are on your heart at the…

Sunday 21st February

First Sunday of Lent Join us as we gather together for this Sunday’s online service! Come start Lent, a time of reflection, before we arrive at Easter together online. 💒 ❤️ Join with others across our Ministry Area family as we strengthen and sustain one another. 💧Listen the the story of Jesus’ baptism and temptation in the wilderness, and reflect on what it means for us today. 🙏 Take time in your week to stop, reflect and pray together giving…

Ash Wednesday

Wednesday 17th February Join with us on Ash Wednesday as we begin the Season of Lent together! ✝️ 🙏 Through poetry, music, readings and prayer, we will reflect on our own human frailty, and our need for God’s love to sustain and heal us. ❤️

Epiphany Sermon

The Epiphany of our Lord Readings: Isaiah 60. 1-16, Matthew 2. 1-12 (view all) May I, first of all, take this opportunity to wish you all a happy, safe and healthy new year. The season of the Epiphany is one that’s traditionally linked to the visit of the magi to the young Jesus, with their gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. But the season lasts much longer than simply the services held around January 6th, the actual feast day. It…

Sunday 3rd January 2020

The Epiphany of our Lord Join us for our first online Sunday service of the New Year – with our special guest preacher, the Rt Revd Cherry Vann, Bishop of Monmouth! 💒 ✨ Reflect with Bishop Cherry on the Epiphany – the visit of the three Magi – and discover why doing more isn’t always the answer. 💕 Find meaning, comfort and hope as we gather together in Spirit. 🙏 Pray for the people, places and situations on your heart…

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 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 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…

Don’t look back!

A sermon for the first Eucharist of the Revd Matt Davis as priest, and the Revd John Thorne as deacon. Why should our faith be more than routine? How can our eyes be opened this morning to the wonder of following Jesus, and the incredible opportunity that faith in Christ presents to us? How can we live for more?