Weekly Sermons

Follow The Leader — Mark Tidd

Follow The Leader — Mark Tidd

On Palm Sunday Jesus enters Jerusalem like royalty to the praises of the people who expect him to overturn the tyranny of Rome. Once in Jerusalem, the first thing Jesus does is overturn religion by disrupting the noisy, smelly temple practice of selling sacrificial...
Gratitude Too Great To Be Contained — Jenny Morgan

Gratitude Too Great To Be Contained — Jenny Morgan

The dinner party in Luke chapter 7 takes us deeper on our journey of being forgiven and forgiving ourselves. Being forgiven much empowers us to love much. Forgiving ourselves frees us to love and be loved even more. Entering into the challenge of forgiving ourselves...
The Wonky Math of Forgiveness — Mark Tidd

The Wonky Math of Forgiveness — Mark Tidd

The biblical language around forgiveness is often taken from the world of commerce, of debts incurred and debts release, of assessing the toll both to build and to forgive. Forgiveness is necessary for any and all our relationships to be healthy and have the capacity...
Forgiveness and Speedos — Caio Santos

Forgiveness and Speedos — Caio Santos

Looking through the lenses of the Ancient Near East — the historical context from which our Biblical text emerged — forgiveness acquires a sacrificial dimension that might sound very foreign to us today, especially if the question that we ask when approaching this...