Sermons on Resurrection

Sermons on Resurrection

Easter Day

Sunday 4th April 2021 Join with us for our Easter Day online service! 🌅✝️💒 🤝 Wherever you are and however you’re doing, we’d love to welcome you. 🕯 Mark some sacred time along with others, as we nurture the life of Christ within us. 🙏 Seek God’s help for those who are on your heart today.

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.

Everything Must Change

At the heart of Christianity is a claim: The claim that two thousand years ago, when Jesus of Nazareth died, he died for our sins. The claim that three days later, on the first Easter Day, he was resurrected. Is it true? Will you believe this claim that Christ was raised from the dead? And if so, what difference will it make to your life, to your world?

Standing at the Tomb

Feast of Mary Magdalene Readings: Song of Solomon 3. 1-4; Psalm 42. 1 – 8; 2 Corinthians 5. 14-17; John 20. 1, 2, 11-18 (view all) My Father’s side of the family are North Yorkshire farmers, so I have lots of fantastic memories growing up of going to visit the farm. I also remember being jealous of the exciting things that my cousins were able to do growing up, like hand-rearing lambs and riding cross country motorbikes around the fields.…

Our Resurrection Family

Easter Day Readings: Isaiah 25.6-9; Psalm 118.14-21; Acts 10.34-43; John 20.1-18 (view all) I love this time of year, and I’m always reminded of being outside back home in Mid Wales, where I grew up. There are two things that always straight away let me know that it’s Spring time. The first is that there are daffodils springing up everywhere — all around the edges of my parents’ garden and on the grass verges on the side of the roads. And…

God of Transformation

The Third Sunday of Epiphany Readings: Genesis 14.17-20; Psalm 128; Revelation 19.6-10; John 2.1-11 (view all) In many ways, the last couple of weeks in our ministry area have been a mix of emotions, of joy and sorrow. I wanted to share with you, though, one of the times of great joy this week, when we had sixty children from Lakeside Primary School come to visit All Saints Cyncoed. They thoroughly enjoyed the time they spent with us, and the church was full…