Reading: Luke 24:13-35
In this reading, Jesus walks with the disciples. While travelling with them, he makes himself known to his companions. He met with people where they were. He didn’t expect them to come to him. This reflection on Jesus travels asks how we can travel along side others in our own community.
Josie Shaw 11/08/2018
Readings: Job 23.1-9,16-17;Mark 10.17-31
In biblical times, the rich were often seen as particularly blessed. If we are honest, our society still many who would think that today: wealth still brings status, power, and security. Jesus challenges our instincts for self preservation. In this sermon, Job, Jesus and the rich young man Alex Scutt explores this challenge. (14/10/2018)
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Proverbs 31 is sometimes presented as a prescription for how women should live. But its Jewish origins point to something different: a poem personifying wisdom, a song in praise of women, and a celebration of valor. Wisdom in action: A song to in praise of women explores these aspects. (Alex Scutt 23/09/2018)