Sermons on Hebrews

Sermons on Hebrews


Preacher: Rev Phil Swain Bible Reading: Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-12, 32-40, 12:1-3 With elements from our Combined service, this 10:45 traditional service is on the theme of “Bridges” as we reflect on how we can strengthen our connection (or bridge) with Jesus, with each other and with the communities around us.

EHC#4 – The Rhythm of Sabbath

“Emotionally Healthy Church”The Rhythm of Sabbath Reading: Exodus 20:8-11, Hebrews 4:1-11Preacher: Rev Phil Swain If we want to be able to care for other people we must start by caring for ourselves, and in this next instalment of our “Emotionally Healthy Church” series we are exploring the Biblical principle of “Sabbath” and how stopping, resting, delighting and contemplating can bring us life. The rhythms of the Sabbath is more than just about taking “me time” but finding ways to renew Read more

Context Matters (Night Church)

Series: Term 3 2021Title: Context MattersDate: Night Church. 19th September, 2021Preacher: Rev Phil SwainBible Reading: Hebrews 1:1-14 In response to a request for some more “exegetical preaching”, Phil is helping us dip our toes into the New Testament Book of Hebrews and unlocking one of the keys to understanding Hebrews – that context matters. Who was this letter written to and why is Hebrews a great example of contextual theology? If you are looking for a deeper dive into the Read more

Connecting Faith and Life / Crosswords (Night Church)

As Christians we are constantly challenged when the issues of life and faith intersect. This week we are going to look at some challenging situations where our foundational understanding of the Cross of Jesus sometimes are difficult to explain to people who are not from the church culture. How do we explain issues of grace, forgiveness and reconciliation that we find in the cross with others?

Connecting Faith and Life / Considering Easter (Night Church)

As Christians we are constantly challenged when the issues of life and faith intersect. In our desire to have a more considered faith, we are going to explore the role of questions and an inquisitive nature in connecting faith and life. To do this we are going to explore the example of Jesus and Easter.
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