From Milk to Solid Food- Sermon 22nd September 2019

Reading:

1 Corinthians 3:1-7

In his sermon this morning Rev. Bluett looked at Paul’s teachings to the Church at Corinth, exploring what was going wrong within that church community which led Paul to call them to move, spiritually speaking, from drinking milk to eating solid food.

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Encountering the Stranger- Sermon 4th August 2019

Reading:

Acts 8:26-39

In his sermon this morning Rev. Bluett explored the story of Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch. He looked at some common perceptions of foreigners and asked what we, as Christians, are called to do when it comes to the treatment of aliens and strangers.

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A Dark Night of the Soul- Sermon 30th June 2019

Reading:

Psalm 22:1-2

In this sermon Rev. Bluett considered the common human experience of the dark night of the soul, examining the story of one of the most celebrated writers on Christianity, CS Lewis, and his struggle with faith following a difficult bereavement. He looked at how we, as Christians, might understand and respond to such struggles.

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The Cloud above the Tabernacle- Sermon 16th June 2019

Reading:

Numbers 9:15-23

In this sermon Rev. Bluett looked at the position of the church in current society and considered the story told in Numbers of the Hebrews camping and setting out under the command of the Lord, following God’s pillar of cloud wherever it led them. He reflected on how we can understand this story today as a model for placing our trust in God.

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Loving Your Enemies- Sermon 9th June 2019

Readings:

Luke 6:20-23

Luke 6:27-38

 

In this sermon Rev. Bluett considered the recent media coverage of the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings and reflected on various stories arising from that time in history as well as relating an uplifting story about the movements towards healing and reconciliation being made by individuals and groups in the Middle East.

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The Resurrection of Jesus- Sermon 28th April 2019

Reading:

Mark 16:1-8

In his concluding sermon on the gospel according to Mark, Rev. Bluett looked at the account of the resurrection of Jesus, comparing the passages in Mark to the other gospels and to Paul’s understanding of the risen Christ.

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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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