Palm Sunday is more than the account of a parade of well-intentioned people.
Living love is difficult. What happens if we get it wrong?
how do we see the world from God’s point of view?
why do we spend so much time, effort and resources to reach goals that do not satisfy us?
What does it mean to stand firmly in this moment, now, as followers of Jesus?
What can we hold on to in our lives?
Jesus of mountaintop glory, I long to ascend with you, to behold your heavenly splendour. Yet my life seems locked in a deep valley shrouded by shadows and endless neediness. And so I pray that even here, especially here, you will make my life a window for your glory to shine through And a mirror reflecting your great love to all I meet.
In an age of social and often spiritual ‘rootlessness’, we, as the people of God, are called to live as ‘radical’ followers. We are to root our lives in the One who is the ‘ground of our being’, and to be more deeply and intimately rooted together in vibrant community in order to discover, live, grow, and bear fruitful lives in the way of Jesus.
How do we “proclaim” the Gospel in a “non-religious” age?
How do we show respect for others?
There is a need for celebration in life to help define who we are and where we are going.
What does it mean for us in our day to receive the Holy Spirit?
We must concentrate on the art of seeing to appreciate what is happening and what can happen in our world.
How do we begin the new year effectively?
Advent is when we take time to ask ‘how am I supposed to show up on Christmas?’ If we look to the story of the Magi, the answer we find is we show up open, ready to change, grow, and become.
This Advent we asked a few people to reflect on a carol and tell us what it says to them about the significance of Christmas. During the week of joy, Liz reflects on how “Joy to the World” isn't really a Christmas song, but really is a Christmas song.
This Advent we use our Nativity Scene to journey towards Christmas and ask 'what do these characters teach us about how to show up at Christmas?' This week we look at Mary and Joseph's story and ask if we're ready to take on the same risk they did on Christmas morning.