Sermons on John
The last Sunday in the season of Easter we consider Jesus’ prayer of protection for his disciples and Peter’s encouragement to Christians facing persecution.
Celebrating the glorious resurrection of our Lord. What does it mean?
A service of worship reflecting on the crucifixion of our Lord.
A reflection on the night before the death of our Lord.
The message delivered in this service on the fifth Sunday in Lent focuses on the incident of the raising of Lazarus as found in John 11. The whole service is being provide due to COVID -19 meeting restrictions.
Today’s message focuses on the story in John 9 of the man who was blind from birth. Really this is much more than a healing story. It is about those who are blind to the truth; those who are in spiritual darkness. We have moved to online worship as we currently are not meeting physically due to the coronavirus and so this message will link to our YouTube account.
Today is the third Sunday in Lent, we’re at the midpoint of our Lenten messages.We are familiar with the story of the Woman at the Well and today we take a look at the interaction of Jesus and the Samaritan woman.There are three elements to this meeting that we should note:The Request of Jesus for a drink of waterThe Relationship that was established between the Jesus and the womanThe Responsibility that the woman took to advise others in her town…
In today’s message which takes the form of a monologue we hear from Nicodemus, the Pharisee who seeks to learn from Jesus. His encounter with Jesus is found in John 3: 1-21.
In this message we look at the Covenant that God initiated with Israel moving to the new covenant we have with God through the action of Jesus. The address was delivered on Covenant Sunday, an annual tradition of renewing our commitment early in the new year.
In today’s message, on Trinity Sunday, Rev Leo explores the work of the Holy Spirit in leading us into all truth, based on the words of Jesus in John 16: 12-15. It’s not a new truth that the Spirit reveals but rather a deeper revelation of the truth that already exists.
In this Good Shepherd Sunday message Rev Leo invites us to consider who Jesus is. Drawing on the gospel of John, (Jn 10: 22-30), we look ate the response of the people, many of whom reject him and are ready to kill him. Jesus speaks of his people as sheep who hear his voice, believe and follow.
Referencing John 21: 1-19 and Acts 9: 1-20, in this message Rev Leo invites us to consider the danger of saying ‘yes’ to Jesus!