Sermons on Matthew

Sermons on Matthew

Sunday Service September 13 2020

‘Unless you forgive’ Jesus said in Matthew 18, but how difficult it is to forgive. In this message Rev Leo looks at this matter of forgiveness and how important it is fo us.

Worship Service August 23 2020

In this service Rev Leo takes a look at Romans 12: 1-8 and calls us to stand up and stand out for Jesus. We are called to be non-conformists when the world is not living by kingdom values. reference is also made in this message to Matthew 16: 13-20.

Sunday Worship August 9 2020

Rev John Martin leads worship and brings the message this week. John is an advocate for Fair Trade and this message references our global responsibility in the face of this global pandemic. Read more abour Fair Trade HERE.

Serve

In this message we look at the sending of the twelve disciples by Jesus in Matthew 9 &10 and are reminded that proclaiming the Gospel has two forms… talking about Jesus and acting with compassion, seeking to bring wholeness to people. The whole service for Sunday June 14th can be found HERE.

Palm Sunday

On Palm Sunday as Jesus makes his way into Jerusalem, we ask, who is this ‘king’ who rides a donkey?

The Not so Little Matter Of Temptation

In this message on the first Sunday in the season of Lent, Rev Leo invites us to consider the temptations we face and the challenges of living in a world that is all about the self. We look at the first temptation of man in Genesis, and Paul’s Letter to the Romans comparing Adam with Jesus, and, of course, reflecting on the temptation that Jesus faced in the wilderness as it is recorded in the Gospel of Matthew.

AUSTRALIA DAY MESSAGE

A message looking at the challenges and opportunities for the church today. Scripture passages: 1 Corinthians 1: 18 and Matthew 4: 17-22.

Confronted by John!

On this second Sunday in the season of Advent we come face to face with John the Baptist, who delivers a nine word sermon! Read the account from Matthew 3 here. John has a few choice words to give to the religious ‘elites’ who join the throng seeking baptism. Given they were the ones considered faithful and obedient, and that’s what we seek to be, what might John say to us if he turned up at our church meeting? The…
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