A Day In The Life Of Jesus- Sermon 10th Feb 2019

Readings:

Mark 2:1-17

Mark 2:32-35

In this sermon in his series on the Gospels, our minister, Peter, continues his consideration of Mark and the themes of his gospel by looking at a day in the life of Jesus. He explores some of the conflicts which arose as a result of His ministry and how we might understand the issues involved.

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Sermon on the Opening to the Gospel of Mark- 20th January 2019

Reading:

Mark 1:1-8

In the second sermon in his series on the Gospels, Rev. Peter Bluett looked at the opening of the gospel of Mark against the background of when and why it was written. He considered the proclamation of John the Baptiser and its importance in setting up the central theme of the gospel.

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Sermon on Building Our Lives on Rock- 28th October 2018

Readings:

Matthew 7:13-14

Matthew 7:24-29

Luke 21:5-6

In his sermon this morning our minister, Peter, spoke about the gap which can exist between apparently glamourous lifestyles and the reality, and how to build our lives on sound foundations with Jesus as our guide.

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Palm Sunday Service- 25th March 2018

Reading:

Mark 11:1-11

In this morning’s Palm Sunday Service Rev. Bluett spoke about Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem. He contrasted the manner of his entry with that of the other procession which was happening at the same time, highlighting the contrast between the peaceful reign of God in Jesus and the alternative reign of rulers who used war and violence to subdue the masses, in the shape of the Roman Empire.

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Message on Part 1 of Keep C.A.L.M. and Carry On: “Christ-Centred” 4th February 2018

Reading:

John 15:1-17

In today’s service, in which the new theme for the All Age Services, “Keep C.A.L.M.and Carry On” was introduced, Peter’s message was about the first letter in the acronym, namely, “Christ-centred.” He spoke about what it means to be Christ-centred and how it is that we are grafted into the body of Christ.

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14/06/2015 sermon: Discipleship and community

In our sermon on Sunday 14th June 2015, Peter considered the importance of community in discipleship, and what that community must be built upon, in the context of the New Commandment (John 13:31-35), and the Gift of Love from Paul’s first epistle / letter to the Corinthians (1 Corinthians 13).

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05/04/2015 sermon – Easter Sunday. Resurrection (Job 42)

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In our sermon in our Easter Sunday service, Peter asked what the resurrection means for us, and considered Job’s journey of faith, reading Job 42.

Please follow this link to read Job 42 on the BibleGateway website.

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30/11/2014 sermon: Happiness Part 2 (Genesis 1)

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In our service today, Peter continued on the theme of ‘Happiness’ through the love and grace of God, and considered the passage covering the “Six Days of Creation and the Sabbath” (Genesis 1:1-31).

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16/11/2014 sermon: Happiness (John 9:1-12)

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In our service today, Peter considered the story of “A man born blind receives sight” (John 9:1-12), and the theme of happiness.

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Newhaven Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland based in Newhaven, Edinburgh.  We are a caring group of Christians committed to serving Christ, each other and the community.

We’re an active church, not restricted by the walls of our building, and hold a number of events both within the church, around the parish area, and further afield. We hold church services every Sunday at 10.30am, and have Communion Services on the last Sunday of each month. We hold family friendly All Age Services on the first Sunday of each month. You will find a warm greeting at any of these services, where we would be delighted to have you visit us.

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