Sermons on Matthew
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:
Chris Justice spoke about this important topic from Matthew chapter 11.
On the second Sunday in Advent Andrew spoke about how Jesus’ birth fulfilled God’s promises which are recorded for us in the Old Testament.
On 24th February, in a mission focussed service, Paul Bosson spoke about God’s promise to bless all nations through Abraham, and about Jesus’ great commission to his disciples. He went onto talk about how we still have that commission today wherever we find ourselves, at home, at work or overseas. The recording starts with Andrew speaking to Paul and Alison…
On Palm Sunday Andrew reminded us of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem as God’s chosen lamb, on the same day that the local people would be choosing a lamb to sacrifice on the Feast of the Passover, four days later. He went on to talk about the events of the coming week, and in particular Jesus’ prayer in Gethsemane which can teach us so much about prayer and…
On 17th September we were joined by our good friend Chris Justice
On Sunday 10th September, Andrew started a new series on the Kingdom of God by looking at the Gospel of the Kingdom from Matthew 4: “Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and illness among the people.”
On November 20th, Andrew covered the final question from Jesus in our sermon series on “A Fresh Vision of Jesus” when he spoke about the feeding of the 4,000: “How many loaves do you have?” We were challenged to consider what we can bring to the work.
On October 9th, Andrew moved onto to talk about our faith, and particularly the question that Jesus asks us “Do you believe I can do this?”