Are You Properly Attired? – Sermon 11th October 2020 (Matthew 22:1-14, Philippians 4:1-9)

Here we are again, with another challenging parable, not this time about the vineyard but about a wedding. What are you wearing to the wedding party? We are familiar with the wedding at Cana, when Jesus removed the social disaster of running out of wine by creating far too much to be used and inContinue reading “Are You Properly Attired? – Sermon 11th October 2020 (Matthew 22:1-14, Philippians 4:1-9)”

Jubilee – Sermon 13th September (Matthew 18:21-35)

Back in 2006 the Rockstar Bono addressed the National prayer breakfast in Washington with these words: “It’s no coincidence that the Scriptures mention the word poverty over 2,100 times it’s not an accident to mention something 2100 times. Do you know the only time Christ is judgemental is on the subject of the poor. InContinue reading “Jubilee – Sermon 13th September (Matthew 18:21-35)”

Parables of the hidden treasure, the pearl and the net – Sermon 26th July 2020 (Matthew 13:44-52)

The football season has come to a climax. Liverpool and Leeds are triumphant. For many different people this is a cause for celebration. They have worked hard at achieving a goal. They have been led by coaches who has inspired them and given them confidence, No doubt along the way they have made sacrifices toContinue reading “Parables of the hidden treasure, the pearl and the net – Sermon 26th July 2020 (Matthew 13:44-52)”