What does practical giving look like? What does having faith to serve our society look like? How can we get involved? Why should we get involved? My sermon looks at how Paul and Isaiah answer these questions.
Do we put together our own belief systems? What does this say to those of us who, as Christians, are part of what gets called ‘organised religion’?
What’s our vision? What are we looking forward to, working towards? What’s our plan for trying to get there? These were the questions that we’ve spent some time thinking and praying about as a church. This sermon was to let people know what we think God is calling us to do.
How can we support persecuted Christians? There is so much horror in the news that it is often very easy to feel overwhelmed by it. But, there are groups that are helping, there are things that we can do and are called to do.
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!