Sermons from 2020
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:
Our Cyncoed Ministry Area online service for Sunday 17th May 2020, about having the courage to approach God and pray for God’s blessing. Online Giving With face-to-face services and activities suspended, we are anticipating that there will be at least some negative impact on our church finances this year. You can help by continuing to donate to our work online:
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:
Our Cyncoed Ministry Area online service for Sunday 3rd May, exploring what it means to hear God’s voice and help make a difference in these challenging times.
Our Cyncoed Ministry Area online service for the Third Sunday of Easter, exploring how to find hope in these difficult times.
Our online service, reflecting on how God meets us in our questions and doubts.
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.
‘The Way of the Cross’, our Good Friday online service. Readings, reflections, music and prayers to guide us through the Stations of the Cross.
Our online Palm Sunday service, featuring a crowdsourced Passion reading with voices from across our Ministry Area.
Our crowdsourced, online service for Passion Sunday – with readings, reflections and prayers.
Our crowdsourced, online Sunday service for Mothering Sunday, 22nd March 2020, with readings, reflections and prayers.
Either way, as we consider today’s readings, I wonder what we can learn about living in the wilderness of life, and how to be sustained spiritually in the midst of difficult times? Given the times in which we are currently living, with the spread of the Coronavirus, and the increasing concern it brings, this is perhaps a very timely theme to explore together.