Sermons on Isaiah
The final sermon in our Isaiah series. Today Andrew Openshaw our local Regional Minister preaching from Isaiah 64:1-8, encourages us to consider what God’s words of ‘and yet ‘ might mean for his people.
Today we explore how the ministry of John the Baptist was spoken about by Isaiah and Louise asks the following questions. Are we willing like John, to obediently follow Jesus, making Jesus greater, so that we might become less (John 3: 30)? Are we ready to point others to Jesus?
During Christmas 2023, we are looking at the prophecies of Isaiah that are fulfilled in the Christmas story. This message was part of our carols by candlelight service and explored Isaiah famous prophecy of a great light emerging into the darkness of the world. Isaiah’s words were used…
A very different Carols by Candlelight this year. We met over Zoom on the day following the announcement of increased restrictions so it was good to be reminded of the timeless truth about Jesus’ birth through carols, readings and Chris’ talk. The audio recording of the talk is attached. The readings and carols can be watched again:
On the second Sunday in Advent, Chris spoke from Isaiah 40, John 14 and Luke 1 about how Jesus was the promised way through the spiritual wasteland, and through his birth became the fulfilled way to the father.
Good Friday, April 2020. A recording of most of the service which was held over Zoom.
On 24th November, Andrew continued our series on the Holy Spirit, speaking about how true worship in the Spirit makes us more holy.
Due to technical challenges the sermon on 15th April was not recorded. In its place, here are some notes of the topics which Andrew covered. Andrew started by reminding us of the “Mission shaped church” series we have been following since January. In summary we had covered the following points: there is a disconnect between church and the everyday culture…