We are a warm, welcoming & inclusive church in the Anglican tradition. A loving community where all people are invited to grow in relationship with God and one another.

Sermons on Day of Pentecost

Day of Pentecost

Sermon for the Day of Pentecost Readings: Acts 2:1–21; Romans 8:14–17 & John 14:8–17 “But you are not in the flesh; you are in the Spirit, since the Spirit of God dwells in you.”(Romans 8:9a NRSV) With this statement the Apostle Paul identifies a key way in which we, as Christians, are different from people that we might refer to as ‘non-believers’. …

The Day of Pentecost

Sermon for the Day of Pentecost  Readings: Acts 2:1–21; Romans 8:22–27 & John 15:26–27; 16:4b–15 When Jesus was talking with his disciples for the last time, he told them that he would send them the Paraclete, which means helper or advocate, who would teach them everything, and remind them of all that he said to them while he was with them. The…

Day of Pentecost

Sermon for the Day of Pentecost Readings: Acts 2:1–21, 1 Corinthians 12:1–13 & John 20:19–23 In Christianity, we associate the Day of Pentecost with the time when the disciples received the Holy Spirit. This of course was recorded in our first reading for today, which was from the Acts of the Apostles. But long before it was taken over by Christians as…

Day of Pentecost

Readings: Acts 2:1-21, Romans 8:14–17 & John 14:8–17 As you know, today we celebrate the feast of Pentecost, which we probably tend to think of as being a Christian celebration, but It was actually a festival celebrated by the people of Israel long before Christianity ever came into being.  Pentecost is actually a Greek word, meaning the fiftieth day after Passover. And…