Helen has put together some thoughts for us following her sermon last Sunday evening: Work is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as “…the application of effort to a purpose…” Therefore work is anything we set our minds to do, through … Continue reading
Category Archives: Reflection
In the sermon we explored a number of reasons why people don’t engage with caring for God’s world. Andy grouped these into 1) Scientific objections, 2) Theological objections and 3) Personal objections. Which of these is most important to you … Continue reading
From Andy – ‘Salt’: 1. Christians are called to be radically different from the world. Do you feel all that radical and what does our passage say to you about what you are (as opposed to what you feel you … Continue reading
That we are ‘not alone’ is both a comfort and a challenge. A comfort that we find company in and among God’s people, the Church, but also a challenge to share that good news with those both in and out … Continue reading
Have you ever felt alone in a crowded room? Have you ever been by yourself, yet known that you are not alone?
Read the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 18-19. Elijah thinks he is all alone in being faithful to God because his fellow Israelites are all being unfaithful. Often we can feel alone in church like we are the only … Continue reading
Mat 18: v 20. – “For where 2 or 3 come together in my name there I am with them.” This is what should happen when we worship – or gather together with others for prayer or bible study. We … Continue reading
Hindsight is a wonderful thing. How often have you realized something only after the event, when there is time to stop and reflect on what has happened?
August 2013: God’s Welcome Based on the story of the prodigal son (Luke 15), we looked at how the father welcomed the son home and how we welcome people into our homes. The 4 A’s of a good welcome included … Continue reading