Sermons from 2020 (Page 3)
This is the second Summer Sunday service, recorded at the Jubilee well and other locations in Seer Green.
Over the summer we are providing a recorded “service” each Sunday morning. This is the first Summer Sunday service, recorded mainly at the Seer Green allotments.
Continuing our theme of “where do I fit”, on 12th July we discussed Paul’s writing on the body in 1 Corinthians 12.
As lockdown started to ease a few small groups were able to meet in gardens to share communion, connected to others in their homes via Zoom. In this short recording Andrew speaks about the importance of communion together.
On 28th June Chris Justice spoke about how we get our identity as adopted children of God. The talk starts with a reading from John 1:1-14.
On 21st June we spent the service hearing about the persecution of the church and praying for our brothers and sisters who live in deeply challenging conditions.
On 14th June we had two parallel meetings: a bible study and discussion on spiritual gifts; and a service and talk on the same subject. This is a recording of Chris’ talk, starting with a reading from 1 Corinthians 12, verses 1-11.
On 7th June, Andrew used the first few chapters of Acts leading up to chapter 6 to talk about how everyone has a part to play in the life of the church.
On Sunday 31st May we considered the events of the first Pentecost and how they apply to us today.
On 24th May Chris Justice spoke about how the disciples spent their time as they waited between Ascension and Pentecost. The talk starts with a reading from Acts 1 v1-14.