When you stop and consider all the details, the coming of Jesus was disruptive in a number of ways. It disrupted those happy about his coming and those rather unhappy about it. Pastor Mike walks us through these disruptions and suggests that we need to be open to the disruptions that God brings into our […]
Adam’s Christmas Gift
Rather strange that Adam might have left us a “Christmas Gift”? Dr. Smith sheds some light on what might be a more important gift than we have given it consideration in the past. It provided a fitting conclusion to our Christmas Eve worship in Lessons and Carols.
Violent Night, Holy Night
Most of our descriptions and information about Christmas come from St Matthew and St Luke’s gospels. We can identify with these stories (more or less) because there perspective is physical, its human. James Stafford compels us to consider a “super-natural” or “unseen” perspective of this event.
Four Glorious Names
The prophet Isaiah foretold the coming of “…a child…” and this child was announced as having these names: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father and Prince of Peace. Each has significance, as Jim Scullion explains in today’s sermon.
Command . . .and . . Grant
The story in St John’s gospel chapter 4 is close to unbelievable. Just how could this woman change in a matter of one hour? As Pastor Jeff explains: this is how Jesus work!
Light and Joy
Isaiah 9 is a well known Bible passage generally believed to be prophesying the coming Savior. But what are the themes of light and joy are very dominant in the passage? Pastor Jim provides some insight in Sunday’s sermon.
Giving Thanks Even When There’s a Battle
Pastor Mike Frison share some encouragement for being thankful this Thanksgiving Day week, in spite of what may be difficult situations and challenging relationships.
The Church- Our Glory and Joy
Now just what could make St Paul ooze, as it were, with emotion and longing for a group of people he had only spent two or three weeks, maybe four, with? What could be so special about people? That is the subject of Jim’s sermon from 1 Thessalonians.