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Sermons from April 2018

Peace be with you

Peace be with you Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Second Sunday of East­er, 8th. April 2018 On a cold day in Decem­ber last year a woman named Leah Ross came home to her house in Win­nipeg to dis­cov­er that it had been ran­sacked. She called the police, her neigh­bour and her church across the street. Then…

Good Friday 2018

Good Fri­day 30 March 2018 John 18:1 – 19:42  As the scope of today’s Gos­pel read­ing indic­ates, Good Fri­day is a time to reflect on the whole event of Jesus death. So rather than attempt­ing com­ment on all of John 18:1 – 19:42, I will lim­it myself to some brief yet hol­ist­ic com­ments. I will…

But Go, Tell

But go, tell Ser­mon preached on East­er Day, 1st. April 2018 at Enmore. Read­ing: Mark 16.1–8. I heard a story recently about an Anglic­an Min­is­ter in anoth­er dio­cese who was want­ing to chal­lenge the think­ing of his Christ­mas Day con­greg­a­tion so he began his ser­mon by ask­ing a num­ber of rhet­or­ic­al ques­tions: ‘Do we actu­ally…

My God, My God, Why?

My God, My God, why have you for­saken me? Ser­mon preached on Palm Sunday at Enmore, 25th March 2018 Read­ing: The Pas­sion accord­ing to Mark. In keep­ing with the rest of his nar­rat­ive, Mark’s account of the cru­ci­fix­ion of Jesus is sparse. He gives us the barest facts with little embel­lish­ment. Jesus is silent on…