First Sunday in Advent
Readings: Luke 21:25-36 & Psalm 25:1-10
For the first Sunday in Advent, we light the Candle of Hope, and the theme of hope is throughout our service today.
For those who want a bit of a refresher, or who have not been able to join us in person, the recording of the sermon can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/wifkb_3Dxr8
Reign of Christ the King
Readings: Luke 1:59-80; Isaiah 9:1-7
Hamish’s message for this Sunday is around how we do Advent in COVID times?
How do the Advent themes of love, joy, peace and hope speak into our situation?
How does the birth of Jesus lighten the shadow of pandemic that hangs over us?
You can access the video message by using the following link: https://youtu.be/8hdhqgT2xhw
Everything she had
Reading: Mark 12: 38-44
It is interesting to note what we notice and what we fail to notice. Our vision is selective; it has to be. We can’t focus our gaze on everything that appears before our eyes.
In this reading, sitting in the Temple opposite the Treasury, Jesus uses the occasion to teach the disciples the difference between pride and humility.
You can view the recording here: https://youtu.be/7RD1FvA3Nh0, and download the service sheet from our News page.
Worship Services are held at 10am every Sunday. For those unable to join us in person, a recorded version will be available from 9am each week.