We continue our series Cultivating the Inner Life. Sister Patrick from the Towers shares her insights on being still and knowing God. How do we still ourselves in busyness of normal life? How do we allow the still, small voice of God
We begin our new series with Closing the Gaps. Using Psalm 27:4 we think about how mundane moments can become encounters with God in the ordinariness of our everyday lives. One thing I have asked of the Lord,this is what
Peter introduces our new series for Spring 2023. Listen or download
Why we see what we see: 1 Corinthians 13 We continue thinking about seeing clearly and learn from St Paul that, right now, seeing clearly isn’t easy or even possible! How do we live then? With the ‘eyes’ of faith.
Why we see what we see: Death by SatNav, John 9:1-41 Do we follow blindly and unquestioningly? John 9 shows what happens when Jesus challenges the received wisdom and assumptions of culture and the faith community. Listen or download
Why we see what we see: Looking but not seeing, John 4:1-26 Listen or download The slides for this talk are also available.
Why we see what we see: The PINHOLE CAMERA, Matthew 5:38-48 The pinhole camera might be a simple way to record an image but letting in so little light makes for a fuzzy image. The teachers of the law had
This week we consider what it means for us to live lives that honour others based on 1 Timothy 5:1-16. How do our Christian beliefs make us better people? In what ways does honouring others honour God? Listen or download
Majoring on the majors. We continue our series ‘The With-God Life’. This week we consider 1 Timothy 3:14-16, as Richard helps us focus on the parts of our faith that are most important to us. Listen or download The slides
Men, women and freedom. This week we consider a controversial passage, 1 Timothy 2:1-15. Was Paul’s intention really to limit the role of women in the local church or is his meaning more nuanced? In this message we consider how