Posts By: Ray

Easter Day 2017 sermon

Easter Sunday April 16, 2017 Did you hear about that woman in Melbourne who recently  went around to her parent’s home for an unannounced visit.  She found the front door… Read more »

sermon march 19 Grumbling

I vividly recall on a plane  flight that I had the misfortune as I came to see it soon, of sitting next to an American guy (not that his nationality… Read more »

sermon February 19, 2017

Today we are continuing on reading from the  Sermon on the Mount,  from Jesus’ manifesto of the new way of living, the life-style of the community he attracts around himself… Read more »

sermon January 22, 2017

Matthew 4:12 – 23 Matthew’s gospel is clear that the trigger for the launch of Jesus’ public ministry is the arrest which led to the eventual execution of John the… Read more »

Inspiring Baptism Day

It was a wonderful day on January 8 when we had the delight of baptising four members of the one family during the morning service.  Members of the Penaia family… Read more »

Sermon January 1, 2017

January 1, 2016 Slaughter of Innocents The lectionary does not give us long to enjoy the wondrous silent night of the angels song does it? Nope, just one week later… Read more »

December 18, 2016 Advent 4 sermon

Annual Christmas Wars broke out this week.  I was thinking for a few days we may get through a Christmas without the annual squabble about who owns Christmas.  Set off… Read more »