Category Archives: Mini-Message

The minister’s weekly “mini-message” or short written sermon.

Pentecost Sunday 31 May 2020 Mini-Message

Now for something different. This is a special Sunday for Christians and the story of the tongues like flame and the mighty rushing wind is well known, today we look at  the gospel of John’s account Ch.20 verses 19-23. Come, … Continue reading

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Sunday 24 May 2020 Mini-Message

Read Acts 1.6-11. When we lived in Brasil we were astounded the first time we ever saw an orange tree (larangeira). Such abundance. Our Brasilian friends then taught us to ‘chupar’ the fruit, in other words we squeezed and sucked, … Continue reading

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Sunday 17 May 2020 Mini-Message

Read John 10 1-10 ‘I am the gate’ Happy birthday Norman, we went to Sunday school together, started school together and, years later, both of us found ourselves in a foreign field -Brasil for me and Cambodia for Norman. Starting … Continue reading

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Sunday 10 May 2020 Mini-Message

Read John 14.1-14 As I write, lockdown drags on, and we have now held that silence at 11.00 on Tuesday 28 April in tribute to those who have lost their lives to the virus. Meanwhile, the Thursday evening applause is … Continue reading

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Sunday 3 May 2020 Mini-Message

Read Luke 24.13-35: The road to Emmaus This was the gospel lectionary reading for last Sunday but we usually celebrate the Lord’s supper on the first Sunday of the month so it fits today, when we hope to set up … Continue reading

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