"worship" Tagged Sermons

East of Eden: The Murder

Genesis 4:1-24 “It is the best-known story in the world, because it is everybody’s story. It is the symbol story of the human soul. The story of mankind”. So claims one of the characters in John Steinbeck’s epic novel ‘East of Eden’ about the biblical account of Cain and Abel. It holds up a mirror to ourselves and the world in which we now live.

East of Eden: The Murder (Lunchtime)

Genesis 4:1-24 “It is the best-known story in the world, because it is everybody’s story. It is the symbol story of the human soul. The story of mankind”. So claims one of the characters in John Steinbeck’s epic novel ‘East of Eden’ about the biblical account of Cain and Abel. It holds up a mirror to ourselves and the world in which we now live.

Christmas Day service

Matthew 2:1-12In the UK we are more obsessed with Christmas than any other country, according to Google research. But we are less obsessed with the Christ of Christmas. That is very odd. If we get what Christmas is about, the Christ will be our magnificent obsession.

Knowing God: Can I trust God when it’s tough? (Lunchtime)

Exodus 15:22-17:7 We live in one of the most prosperous societies there has ever been, yet it is still full of grumbling. If society’s promises let us down, will it be the same with God? Do we have to grumble at God’s failure to provide or have we got good reason to trust him to work all things for our good. Listen in as we look at Israel’s experience in the desert.