If you missed one and want to catch up, or if you want to hear it again, please do browse our sermons below, or contact the church office if you can’t find the one you are looking for. More recent ones are at the top.
Ephesians Series 2020
During January and February 2020 we are studying Ephesians. Most recent sermons are at the top.
Ephesians Chapter 2 Andy Harris; January 19th 2020
Ephesians Chapter 1 Rev Amanda Featherstone; January 12th 2020
5th January 2020
Readings: Ephesians 1: 3-14, John 1: 1-18
Speaker : Rt Revd David Urquhart, Bishop of Birmingham
29th December 2019
Reading: Matthew 2:13-end
Speaker : Dave D’Arcy
Christmas Day 2019
Readings: Isaiah 9; 2,3,6 & 7
Speaker : Rev Amanda Featherstone
Carol Service 2019
Readings: Micah 5:2-4, Isaiah 9:2-7, Luke 1:26-38, Luke 2:1-7, Luke 2:8-20
Speaker : Rev Paul Weston
Autumn Sermons 2019
Most recent are at the top
24th November Psalm 46; Colossians 1:11-20
17th November Psalm 98
Illuminate Service, 11 November 2019
You are valuable – God’s masterpiece
In Loving Memory
A special service to remember and give thanks for loved ones who have died.
WHO WE ARE IN CHRIST
Over the summer we explored who Jesus is through the ‘I am …’ statements. Now over three weeks (20th & 27th October and 3rd November) we explore who we are in Christ, our true identity. ‘…..you are precious to me. You are honoured, and I love you.’ Isaiah 43 verse 4
3rd November Ephesians 1:1-10
27th October Matthew 3:13-17
20th October Psalm 139
13th October 2 Timothy 2:8-15
6th October Healing Service: Jesus said, ‘I am willing’
29th September Harvest Celebration: ‘How can we reduce our plastics?’
Genesis 1, Romans 8:18-21 with Guest Speaker Alison Tsang
22nd September: Youth Work Sunday
This recording starts with a dramatised Bible reading from 1 Kings 19; Ria Taylor’s talk starts about 9 min 30 s into the track
Reading Luke 15:1-7; talk by Adam Parker
Rev Amanda Featherstone’s first Sunday at St Mary’s was Pentecost Sunday 2019. Here is her sermon, following the reading from Acts 2:1-21
Baptism Service, 2 June 2019
Psalm 27 sets the scene for this talk at the baptism of one of the youngest members of St Mary’s.
According to a popular newspaper the most popular things to give up for Lent last year were chocolate, social networking, alcohol, Twitter, Facebook, school, meat, sweet, coffee and fizzy drinks. The abstinence from these things aims to remind us of the experiences of Jesus during his time of fasting for 40 days in the desert before he began his ministry and to help focus and reflect on the eventual sacrifice Jesus made for us on the cross. But, this period in Jesus life has far more to teach us about living a spirit filled Christian life that it does about giving things up.
Sermons from this Lent series can be found here
Seeing Salvation: Welcoming the Messiah
In this talk, on 6th February 2019, Paula Gooder looked at the Presentation of Christ at the Temple, in particular why it was so incredible that both Simeon and Anna recognised Jesus. Paula is Director of Mission Learning and Development in the Diocese, and is a writer, lecturer and Reader.
Expectations of the Messiah
In this talk, on 14th November 2018, Paula Gooder looked at the development of the Jews’ understanding of a Messiah through the Old Testament, leading up to its fulfilment in Jesus. Paula is Director of Mission Learning and Development in the Diocese, and is a writer, lecturer and Reader.