Entering Jerusalem- Sermon 14th April 2019

Reading:

Mark 11:1-21

In this sermon, read by one of our Elders, Colin MacNeill, Rev. Bluett looked at Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem as described in the gospel according to Mark. He explored the significance of Jesus’s visit to the Temple, framed by the story of the fig tree.

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Journeying to Jerusalem- Sermon 7th April 2019

Readings:

Mark 9:2-8

Mark 10:17-31

Mark 10:46-52

In this sermon in his ongoing series, Rev. Bluett looked at the stories, in the gospel according to Mark, of the Transfiguration, the Rich Man and the healing of blind Bartimaeus, all of which occurred during Jesus’s journey towards Jerusalem.

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Seeing the Way- Sermon 31st April 2019

Reading:

Mark 8:22-38

In this sermon Rev. Peter Bluett continued his exploration of the gospel according to Mark by considering the passages in which Jesus begins to prepare His disciples for His journey to Jerusalem.

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The New Moses? Sermon 17th March 2019

Readings:

Mark 6:1-6

Mark 6:14-52

In his sermon this morning our Minister, Peter, continued his exploration of the Gospel according to Mark. He looked at the rejection of Jesus at Nazareth, the death of John the Baptist, the feeding of the five thousand and Jesus walking on water. In addressing the meaning of the passages, he explored the parallels between Jesus and Moses.

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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 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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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 Yoke of Jesus- 15th July 2018

Reading:

Matthew 11:25-30

In this sermon, our minister, Peter, speaks about the passage from Matthew where Jesus invites those who are weary to rest in Him. Drawing from his many years of experience as a Christian and a pastor, he discusses the meaning of life and faith.

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Sermon on The New Commandment- 10th June 2018

Reading:

John 13:31-35

In this morning’s sermon, our Minister, Peter, spoke about the nature of Jesus’s love for His disciples and the high calling to love to which we, as Christians, are called.

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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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