Sermons

9th Sep 2018
We Can All Learn From Each Other

Two healing miracles both performed on people who could not turn to Christ themselves to ask for healing. First, we have the Syrophoenician woman – a gentile, pleading for a cure for her young daughter, what mother wouldn’t do that. Then we have a deaf man being brought by friends to be healed we don’t…

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12th Aug 2018
Bread of Life

Although the Revised Common Lectionary doesn’t recognise it… we are in Lammastide. One of the old Celtic festivals at this time of year was later to become part of the church calendar known as the Lammas festival…. held on the first day of August, it was a celebration of the grain harvest. When the first…

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22nd Jul 2018
Mary Magdalene

Love has been the subject of songs since man first began to speak, so it’s not surprising that one has found its way into the bible! And these verses from the Song of Solomon, or the Song of Songs, along with the text from Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, are well chosen to compliment the…

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8th Jul 2018
Home Town

I wonder how many of us would be recognised if we went back to our home town. I suppose if you are under forty there may be a good possibility someone will, but at my age incredibly unlikely. And to be more to the point how many of my today’s near neighbours do I recognise?…

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1st Jul 2018
Lost In The Crowd… Found In Christ

Well of course we’ve hit the rush hour. People are everywhere looking up at the departure board. Now let’s push our way through and see what we can see. Redhill. Redhill. Everything but. Caterham. Sutton. Epsom Downs. No good. Brighton, now there’s a possibility, excuse me can I just squeeze through. Thank you let’s see….

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24th Jun 2018
A Quick Change Act

I always think it’s a pity that when the junior church children come to the front at the end of the service to tell us what they’ve been doing, we never share anything back with them. So I thought we would put that right this morning and produce a little drama based on the story…

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17th Jun 2018
A Scattered Church

So the world cup is underway and England’s first match is tomorrow. I don’t know about you but I’ve booked the television, my wall chart is ready and my England T Shirt has been located from the back of the wardrobe. I am ready to go… And, yes I am ready to be disappointed. Can…

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10th Jun 2018
True Love

Families we are all part of a family, and this applied to the earthly Jesus, he was born of an earthly family and until the day he re-joined his heavenly Father he had to cope with them and they with him. And as in all families there are days when disagreements arise, when there can…

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