Sermons from April 2021

Good News (15) – Listen to him

Mark 9:1-29 ‘If you’re lucky, you’ll be shot. If you’re unlucky, you’ll be sent to a political prison camp’. To follow Christ in North Korea, you need to be convinced it’s worth it eternally. But even in our much easier context, there is a cost to true discipleship, and so we need to be convinced too. We need proof of future life. And that is what the Transfiguration is all about.

Faith in the workplace

As a Christian who has spent many years working in the Wharf, Robert Frazer (Formerly Senior Vice President, Northern Trust) will begin by telling his story of how he came to faith in Christ, and then he will share how, over the course of a 31-year career in finance, he has sought to live out his faith in the workplace.

Easter Sunday – how Easter brings us hope

1 Peter 1:3 Many during the pandemic have felt an increasing sense of hopelessness. But even before then there has been a growing crisis of hope in society, with people no longer believing in a better world for their children – because of tribalism and division, climate change, the rise of religious extremism. Where can we find hope? To have hope for the future we need to turn to the past – to the resurrection of Jesus Christ, through which we are born again to a living hope.