Do we allow people the space to doubt or lament during our shared worship? What might his look like? And would it be a good idea anyway? This was my sermon exploring these topics.
How do you feel about waiting? What’s the purpose of waiting? How can we wait better? My sermon on prayerful waiting inspired by the Thy Kingdom Come nine days of prayer, preached at Derby Cathedral in Sunday’s Choral Evensong.
Turn away from sin! Repentance is a physical act, a turning away, a setting aside, a putting down. We can miss that if our confession is always just words. Here is one way of embodying our need for forgiveness and our repentance.
After the resurrection, Jesus appears to his disciples by the Sea of Galilee. What were the disciples doing there? What do Jesus’ actions and words teach us about him and about us? These are some of the questions I thought about in this sermon.
Peter went away wondering. The disciples wondered what had happened that first Easter morning and we’re invited to join in with the wondering. What happened? What does it mean? What does it mean for us?
The Five Marks of Mission are a way of thinking about how all-encompassing the mission that God calls us to take part in. This sermon series helps us to explore what that means and our calling to take part in this mission.
Archbishop Justin launched a renewed focus on evangelism in the Church of England with an inspiring talk at General Synod. It is well worth listening to or reading!
How do you help people to pray? This is one way I’ve found that people of all ages seem to like! It’s simple, but effective.