Sermons on Mark
This Sunday Barry shares a powerful invitation from Jesus for us to follow and then serve others. A way of life that may be costly but follows the example of Jesus.
Part of our INVITED series, this week Louise shares an invitation from Jesus to trust in him. The story starts in a boat in the middle of a storm. For the disciples, it’s an experience that generates fear, then awe but it also brings a challenge. Are they willing to fully trust Jesus?
This week Chris Justice teaches on key passages in Mark’s Gospel where Jesus offers people the opportunity to be restored (Mark 2:11, Mark 3:5, Mark 10:51)
This is the first talk exploring Jesus’ invitations in Mark’s Gospel. Today the invitation is to follow. (Mark Ch 1 v 14-19)
Louise leads a discussion and reflection on what this well known passage in Mark 2: 1-12 teaches us about mission.
As Andrew prepares to move on at the end of October, he starts a final series about how we should not look back but instead press on. Today he talks about the most important aspect: devotion to God.
On 5th May we were delighted to welcome back Dave McGuire, a long term friend and partner of this church. The recording starts with Sean speaking to Dave about how he got involved with his work in Romania. Then Dave speaks about the importance of reconciliation, forgiveness and God’s love.
On Sunday 13th January we were delighted to welcome back a long term friend of the Church, Dave McGuire. Dave spoke about how we must be available to do Jesus’ working, speaking from the Great Commission as expressed at the end of the Gospel of Mark. At the start of the recording Denise shares a special verse from the Bible; David speaks about his recent trip to…
Continuing our summer series of services led by the various housegroups, on Sunday 12th August Paul spoke from Mark chapter 11, verses 11-21 about the true mission of the church.
On September 25th, Andrew addressed the first main question which Jesus asked his disciples, and which He asks us today: “Who do you say I am?”