Sermons from February 2024

Sermons from February 2024

Decision Making

Sermon Text As you move to a new area, you need to find some good GP, hairdresser, fresh vege and meat butcher and so on. Finding a reliable car mechanic is also what you want. About June last year, one of my old car’s window stop working. S Up until that point, I have not found a good car mechanic and I googled and found one car service in Waitara. He checked my car and said, if I get Honda Read more

Lent 1 – Our need for a Saviour in the age of self-sufficiency

Our need for a Saviour in the age of self-sufficiency Bible Reading: Mark 10:17-31 Preacher: Rev Phil Swain This week we begin our Lent Worship journey … six Sundays that lead up to Holy Week and the Easter weekend. This year for Lent we will be exploring how Jesus helped people in the bible to peel away the superficial things and address the real and significant issues of the heart. We start this Lent journey in Mark chapter 10 – Read more

Vision Sunday 2024

VISION SUNDAY 2024Bible Reading: Mark 8:27-9:8 / Preacher: Rev Phil Swain Vision Sunday 2024 is an important day in our church year – a time where we cast a Vision of where God is leading us as a church for the next 12 months. Vision Sunday aligns with the key passage in our journey of the gospel of Mark – the question question of Jesus “who do you say that I am” and the follow up challenge to follow him. Read more

Cranbury 2024

Cranbury is back in 2024 to mark a significant 50 year milestone! Details: WHAT: Cranbury is an annual event for men who want to know God better. Since 1974, men of all ages and walks of life have taken time out together to hear God speak. Each year, we encourage each other to grow in Christ, surrounded by an encouraging and supportive community in an amazing place in the world. Simply put, it’s a great time to get away from Read more

Divine Persistence

Sermon Text This week, we are moving to chapter six in Mark. This is one of those Narrative Lectionary selections that seems to have too much going on to deal with in one sermon. I believe the fun of the Narrative Lectionary and one of its purposes is to see how the stories flow into and out from each other, how the structure of the narrative holds the gospel and call from God as well as the words themselves.There are Read more