Sermons

Good Neighbours

Good Neighbours

Reading: Luke:10:25-37 Do you remember the 1980s TV series “Neighbours”? Do you remember the names of the different characters? Our reading explores what it means to be a good neighbour, investing in money, time and work to build relationships. The Allesley Festival is also an example of spending money, time and work in order to […]

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  Jul 14, 2019   No comments
Good News – God so loved the world

Good News – God so loved the world

Today we celebrate the start of the Allesley Festival which will see a series of community activities and events taking part till Sunday 14 July 2019. Carol Knee, Chairperson of the Allesley Festival Committee, came and received our heartfelt thanks for all the hard work she, the Committee and team undertake. It was also a […]

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  Jul 7, 2019   No comments
HOPE

HOPE

Reading: Romans 5:1-5 What do you think hope is? What does hope mean to you? I asked my son, who is 6 ½ and he said “Hope is making me happy”. I was speaking to a 23 year old with a long term illness the other day and what she said was interesting. She said […]

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  Jun 17, 2019   No comments
Pentecost 2019

Pentecost 2019

This Pentecost, I want to share three things with you. Open your Bible to Acts 2:1-21 and we can jump in… Let’s pray… Three things… Chapter 2 verse one, When the day of Pentecost came… Indeed, let’s just focus on the word “when”. Recently, I was having a conversation with a Bishop. He asked me […]

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  Jun 9, 2019   No comments
Stewardship Sunday

Stewardship Sunday

Reading: 2 Corinthians 9:6-15 Stewardship Sunday You should have seen the joy on my face as I opened the carrier bags left on the door step! We were a young family with two girls. From the time when I was first a Christian age 14, I had tithed, giving 10%, beginning with my pocket & […]

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  May 13, 2019   No comments
Do You Love Me?

Do You Love Me?

Reading 21:1-19 1. In verse 15: Do you love me more than these? More than these fish, more than status, material wealth? Do  you love Jesus first? 2. Jesus asks three times , do you love me? Love for Jesus is steadfast, constant, ever lasting. Imagine Jesus in front of you now, and he asks […]

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  May 6, 2019   No comments