9th Sunday after Trinity ~ fire

Reading 12:49-56 Click to read it. Shock! Apparently Beethoven used to play a trick on his audiences.  He would play one of his slow gentle pieces and watch as the audience became lulled into a gentle rhythm.  Then as the final notes were being played he would crash...

Sermon 12th May 2019 – John 10 22 – 30

Put yourselves for a minute in the temple as one of the people from our passage. You might be there as one of the people that have heard about Jesus so are just there, to see who Jesus was in all this. Or it may be as a Rabbi, Pharisee or one of the Teachers, that are...

Sermon Easter Day – Luke 24:1-12 Easter Day ~ Promises…

There was a custom in the family that when someone was about to graduate, the parents would give him/her a car.  It was the youngest son’s turn and a few weeks before the graduation, he and his dad went looking at cars.  They found the perfect one.  On the night...

Sunday before Lent ~ Time with God…

The story of the Transfiguration is a reminder of how much of God’s universe we do not see, how close God is and how spending some time seeking him can transform us.

Together ~ Aly Tunstall

Our reading in Corinthians today speaks a strong message but with a simple analogy that not only the people of the time would have understood but it’s just as relevant today. It really does challenge us to question how we see ourselves within the body of Christ and how that should play out in our lives together.