Sermon on Peace- 11th February 2018

Reading:

Matthew 5:9

In his sermon this morning Rev. Peter Bluett looked at Jesus’s famous teaching from the Beatitudes “Blessed are the peacemakers.” He explored what peace, as taught by Jesus, means and how it differs from the Pax Romana offered as a solution to conflict by the Roman Empire. He then went on to explore what the Kingdom of God would look like if we were to live lives of peace and love.

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Poppies in Flanders

09/11/2014 sermon – Remembrance Sunday sermon

Photo of red poppy on suit lapel

In our sermon on Remembrance Sunday, our Minister Peter considered the Gospel of Matthew 5:1-10 and verses 38-48, and the powerful story of the ‘Truce in the Forest’ by Fritz Vincken.

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Please click on the player below to hear the Remembrance Sunday prayers.

14/04/13 sermon – The Sermon on the Mount and the Beatitudes (part 2) (Matthew 5:6-12)

Today (Sunday 14th April 2013) Peter read and considered “Matthew 5:6-12. The Sermon on the Mount and the Beatitudes (part 2).” To see the Bible reading online, please follow this link to Matthew 5:6-12 (NRSV) on the BibleGateway website.

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There will also be an evening service later today at 7pm, so please feel free to come along if you are able to.