Previous worship, sermons and thoughts
A good man, is a good man, whether in this church, or out of it.
It is not always possible for those who would wish to be at church on a Sunday, to be there. So here are some (not all!) sermon notes – for what they’re worth!
We follow what is called the Revised Common Lectionary, which is very similar to the readings being read in many churches at the same time throughout the world. Each year has a gospel book as a theme for the seasons. 2019 was Luke, Advent 2019 onwards was Matthew and Advent 2020 onwards is Mark and Advent 2021 onwards, back to Luke. There is a continuity in the teaching from the gospel writers which is useful to follow.
Sermons, of course, depending on delivery, on the hearers and the readings as much as content, so although the sermons are briefly outlined here, they are never going to be the same as being part of the community that is praying ‘Let the words of my mouth and the thoughts of all our hearts come from you, O Lord.’
Our preaching is deeply rooted in the Bible but speaks in our own context and the rationality of today. It is always about love and good news because nothing beats the opportunity to live an abundant life walking with Christ.
You are welcome to use the material in any non-detrimental way!
– Adrian Low, Chaplain
We are grateful to Rev’d Adrian Low who has left his sermons with us although he has moved on.
In the “Sermons 2023” section you will find the sermons from our locum chaplain; Reverend Canon Alexander Gordon who has generously agreed to publish his sermons here.
(During 2022 we were between websites and so there are no uploaded sermons for that year, although those who were at our services enjoyed many wonderful sermons from our locums over the year.)