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Revd Gordon Newton - 'Starting to tell God's Story Again' 1 Thess 3:9-13 Luke 21:25-36
'If we read the New Testament seriously, we can’t avoid the message that God will have the final word in human history.'
Revd Tony Miles: 'Lost' A sermon on Remembrance Sunday
May we not think of those who have died as ‘lost’. Lost to us, maybe. But may we recall Jesus’s words, ‘No one has greater love than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.’ Such sacrifice, I believe, is not lost to God
Deacon Ali McMillan - ‘From where do we give?’ Mark 12:38-44
Our gospel reading today is an encouragement to give all that we have for God, what that looks like will be different for each person. It will though, for each and every one of us, require active decision making. We need to take time to think about how we are using what we have and who we are; to pray about it and not just to operate on automatic-pilot, most of all to trust God.
Revd Lansford Penn-Timity; 'To Love is better'
Today COP26 starts...a time when world leaders will be meeting to make commitments that might save the planet from its erratic weather patterns. To love God, His creation and our neighbours is to get involved, make your voice heard and pray for COP26.
Revd Dr Howard Mellor - 'What do you want!' Mark 10:46-52
This passage gives us a certain perspective on our link to possessions. Calls us to be ready to leap at the opportunity to respond to God’s call. Invites us to abandon whatever holds us back from following in the way. Challenges us to seek to ‘see’ God’s mercy and grace
Revd Paul Wood 'Impossible is nothing' Mark 10:17-31; Hebrews 4:12-16
Over generations when we have thought a situation impossible God has shown us – impossible is nothing
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High quality sermons each week. Love them! Just try and get the preachers to stand nearer to the microphone. Doesn’t detract from them - apart from on cold mornings when I have car heater on - I can’t always hear - even when on maximum volume.
Great to be able to access teaching and encouragement from some great people at WCH! Thanks for all you guys are doing...
I love being able to download the sermons and listen to them during the week. Wish more UK Methodist churches would do this too.
Sometime the sound is a little poor but so what. it is live and the experience of the Ministers comes through.