Fr Jon’s most recent sermons can be listened to below. You can also check out the archive here.
Sunday March 17th
We repent of the evil that enslaves us, the evil we have done, and the evil done on our behalf
Sunday March 10th
In the remembrance of what God has done lies the signposts of what God is inviting us into
Sunday March 3rd
Sometimes Jesus leads us to places where we are unsure of ourselves but God is still there.
Sunday February 24th
Hurt and brokenness stalk our lives, but Christ’s love has given us a powerful antidote
Sunday February 17th
Not a sermon really (though it does preach) – just a thank you.
Sunday February 10th
Jesus invites us into something much deeper, much fuller than mere belief; Jesus invites us into faith.
Sunday February 3rd
St Paul reminds us that the love Christ invites us into, isn’t something to be possessed, but something to be given away.
Sunday January 13th – Baptism of Our Lord
As we celebrate the feast of the Baptism of our Lord, what is it that’s happening in baptism and whose work is it anyway?
Sunday January 6th – the Epiphany
At the Epiphany, we celebrate that we have seen God’s presence. But we are also called to tell what we have seen to the world.
Sunday December 23
We are invited, as Mary was, to make Christ manifest in the world and in our lives
Sunday December 16
In the midst of grief and loss, a voice cries out in the wilderness
Sunday December 9
Often, it is when we are in the wilderness; in the vulnerable and lonely parts of our lives, that God’s voice comes most clearly to us.
Sunday November 25
Jesus answers his accusers by saying that his kingdom is not of this world? What are we to make of this answer and what might it mean for our lives?
Sunday November 18
Jesus reminds the disciples and us that the hope of the world rests on our willingness to not be distracted from the invitation of faith
Sunday November 11
Generosity and responsibility – what is Jesus trying to show us in the story of the widow’s mite?
Sunday November 4
We are the fruit of the labors of the saints; but we are also the seed bearers for the faithful yet to come.