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Sermons from November 2016

Advent Reflection

Advent Reflec­tion Sunday 27th. Novem­ber 2016 John the Baptist is one of the import­ant fig­ures we encounter on our Advent jour­ney. All four Gos­pels record his min­istry and each of the evan­gel­ists has his own assess­ment of his role. This even­ing we have read Matthew’s account of John’s min­istry but we have also listened to…

Ready Aye Ready

Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Advent Sunday, 27th Novem­ber 2016 Read­ings: Isai­ah 2.1–5, Romans 13. 9–14, Mat­thew 24.36–44 One of my favour­ite beaches for swim­ming is North Bondi. Every time I go there I notice the motto of the North Bondi Surf Life Sav­ing Club which is writ­ten on their front wall: ‘Ready Aye Ready’. It’s…

Christ, the King

Christ, the King   Ser­mon preached at Enmore, ‘Christ the King’, Sunday before Advent, 20th. Novem­ber 2016 Read­ings: Jeremi­ah 23. 1–6, Colos­si­ans 1.11–20, Luke 23. 33–43. The feast of Christ the King is one of the new­est in the Church’s year. Estab­lished by Pope Pius xi in 1925, it was inten­ded as a state­ment about the…

He too is a Son of Abraham

He too is a son of Abra­ham Ser­mon preached at Enmore, 24th Sunday after Pente­cost, 30th Octo­ber 2016 Read­ing: Luke 19.1–10. We are near­ing the end of our jour­ney with Luke and in today’s Gos­pel read­ing Jesus has almost reached Jer­u­s­alem, a jour­ney which has taken up nine chapters of Luke’s nar­rat­ive. The road up…