Online Worship
Online Worship

“Come And See”

“For us as Christian’s, Jesus holds the combination that promises to unlock the path to that place of deepest and truest satisfaction in our lives.” The Rev’d Rob Park offers prayers and a message reflecting our reading for this Sunday from John’s Gospel chapter 1:29-42.

Redeemed by Love

“God doesn’t want us to be ordered by rules that are not founded in the relationships of love.” The Rev’d Rob Park offers prayers and a message reflecting our Epistle reading for The Naming Of Jesus, from Galatians chapter 4:4-7.

Peace On Earth

“War, and the horrific things that human beings do to each other in war are the terrible fulfilment of that human brokenness that sets us against each other are the exact opposite of the peace God intends for us in Jesus Christ.” For Christmas, The Rev’d Rob Park offers prayers and a message reflecting our reading of Jesus’ birth from Luke’s Gospel, chapter 2:1-20.

Trust In God’s Promise

“The writer of Matthew’s gospel shows how important it is to the story of Jesus to realize just how long God’s plan was in the making, and through what incredible and messy situations in the lives of people that God was working in, to fulfill the God’s promises.” For this Fourth Sunday of Advent, The Rev’d Rob Park offers prayers and a message reflecting our reading from Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 1:18-25.

Jesus Is The One

“Our Advent readings invite us to confirm our choice to follow Christ and to choose not to restrict ourselves or to be stuck selecting between to the lesser of two evils that our worldly powers consistently offer us.” For this Third Sunday of Advent, The Rev’d Rob Park offers prayers and a message reflecting our reading from Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 11:2-11.

Endurance In Our Troubles

“It is important to recognize that Jesus takes the time to answer the question of the Sadducees. Not to prove that he is smarter and wiser in an earthly struggle kind of way, but because he cares about them and would really like for them to soften their hardened hearts and consider the Good News.” The Rev’d Rob Park offers Remembrance Sunday prayers and a message reflecting our reading for this Sunday from Luke’s Gospel chapter 20:27-38.

Right Answer, Wrong Question

“It is important to recognize that Jesus takes the time to answer the question of the Sadducees. Not to prove that he is smarter and wiser in an earthly struggle kind of way, but because he cares about them and would really like for them to soften their hardened hearts and consider the Good News.” The Rev’d Rob Park offers Remembrance Sunday prayers and a message reflecting our reading for this Sunday from Luke’s Gospel chapter 20:27-38.

Named, Not Ignored

“If we choose to serve God in our life then every person has a name, like Lazarus, no matter their place in the earthly order of wealth and status.” The Rev’d Rob Park offers prayers and a message reflecting today’s reading from Luke’s Gospel chapter 16:19-31.

Being Found

“Jesus would speak with anyone, no matter what their place in our earthly systems, and offer them the chance to be restored back into right relationship with God and with the community.”
The Rev’d Canon Rob Park offers special prayers at the passing of Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II along with our weekly prayers and a message reflecting today’s reading from Luke’s Gospel chapter 15:1-10.