Remembrance Sunday Sermon- 10th November 2019

Readings:

Isaiah 2:1-5

Matthew 5:38-48

 

In this Remembrance Sunday Sermon, Rev Peter Bluett told the inspiring story of the German PoW and footballer, Bernhard Trautmann. He looked at the challenges Trautmann faced living in Britain after the Second World War and spoke of the love and support he received from some of those around him who were able to forgive their enemies.

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31/08/2014 sermon: Forgiveness, and the new humanity in Jesus Christ (Luke 10:25-37 and Acts 8:26-34)

In our Communion service on Sunday 31st August, our Minister Peter considered the Parable of the Good Samaritan, and the story of Philip and the Ethiopian Eunoch, along with the themes of forgiveness, and the new humanity in Jesus Christ.

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17/08/2014 service: Granting forgiveness (Luke 23:26-38)

In our service on Sunday 17th August, our Minister Peter considered Luke 23:26-38 and continued on the theme of granting forgiveness, considering two individual examples of forgiveness following very difficult circumstances.

Please follow this link to see the passage online: Luke 23:26-38 on the BibleGateway website

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