Sermon on Meaningful Relationships and Dunbar’s Number- 16th September 2018

Readings:

Mark 6:1-6

1 Peter 3:8-9

In his sermon this morning our minister, Peter, spoke about meaningful and authentic relationships and the often overlooked value of forging a relatively small number of deep bonds rather than a large number of less meaningful ones.

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Sermon: “There’s Something About Mary…And Martha.” 2nd September 2018

Reading:

Luke 10:38-42

In this sermon, Rev Peter Bluett spoke about the story of Mary and Martha, the true meaning and importance of hospitality and Jesus’s love for, and friendship with, both sisters.

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Café Celebration- 2nd September 2018

Newhaven Church recently said goodbye to the manager of our community café, Yvonne Demaude, welcomed our new manager, Sandra Lindsay, and celebrated the work of the café. Yvonne spoke about her experiences and Sandra introduced herself to the congregation. If you would like to hear what they said please click on the link below.

Sermon on the Kingdom of God- 26th August 2018

Reading:

Luke 17:11-21

In his sermon this morning Rev. Peter Bluett looked at Jesus in the Temple and his announcement to the Pharisees that the Kingdom of God was among them. He spoke about the meaning of this statement and how we can understand its significance.

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Sermon on the Rich Man- 19th August 2018

Reading:

Mark 10:17-27

In this sermon Rev. Peter Bluett looks at the story of Jesus and the rich man. He considers the story, found in all three of the synoptic gospels, in light of what it teaches us about Jesus as the good physician, providing healing for individuals based on their particular needs.

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Sermon on the Value of Human Life- 12th August 2018

Readings:

Matthew 5:1-13

Matthew 10:28-31

In his sermon today, Rev. Peter Bluett spoke about the value of human life. He looked at the social classes and conditions of life in Nazareth at the time when Jesus was alive and at Jesus’s treatment of the people with whom he came into contact, drawing conclusions about His estimation of the value of human life and how we, as His followers, should perceive it.

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