Last Sunday was a great Easter Sunday in St Petes – and for the first time we recorded the whole service. This is an experiment so please do let us know what you think – e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org If enough people appreciate and make use of it we will continue. I most … More First Full Recorded Services from St Peters – Easter Sunday – Sinclair Ferguson on John 20 and Luke 23
Last Sunday’s sermons can be accessed here by clicking this link. Sundays sermons Sinclair’s sermon on temptation is really helpful. And I loved preaching on the Gospel as the power of God. It’s a great truth. Enjoy. “Most religion and human ethics teach us about our righteousness and our goodness. Pope Francis met Islamic leaders … More Trials and Temptations and the Gospel- the Power of God
I am offended. In fact I am more than offended. I feel angry, upset and quite nauseated. And it’s all to do with Easter. No I am not offended at Cadbury’s leaving the word Easter out of some of its headings. Nor at I offended at Tesco’s Good Friday beer advert. I expect crass … More It’s Easter – I’m Offended!
This weeks sermon is a bonus – because you get two for the price of one – because we had two great sermons in St Peters last week. Firstly there is an extraordinary sermon from Sinclair Ferguson on Trials and Temptations – extraordinary not just because of its power, but because of its particular appropriateness … More Trials, Temptations, the Gibeonite Deception and Mission – St Peters Sermons on 2nd April 2017
Imagine that God had given us a hymn book? – one with his words. One that revealed his character. One that expresses our emotions and hearts in words that the Holy Spirit inspires. One that speaks of and to Christ. One that is traditional, modern, post-modern and contemporary. One that is praise, lament, confession, rejoicing, … More The Prayer of the Weak and the Joy of Singing Psalms
David Robertson continues his Revelation series (This article was published in Christian Today on 2nd April – you can read the original Here) Do you, should you, have a lucky number? If Christians played the lottery I wonder what number we would use the most? Seven is apparently the one that is chosen by humans throughout … More The Lucky Number that gets you to Heaven – Revelation 15
This weeks sermon is from last Sunday morning in St Peters as we looked at Romans 1:6-13 and considered the fact that we are loved by God and called to be holy. I used this quote from Calvin to sum up – Here a rich truth presents itself to us, to which I shall briefly … More Loved by God, Called to be Holy – Romans 1:6-13
Last week we began our new series on Romans – here is the first sermon. Romans has been greatly used in the conversion of many Christians – I cited Wesley and Augustine amongst others. This is the quote I used from Augustine: “So was I speaking and weeping in the most bitter contrition of my … More Announcing the Good News – Romans ch1 v.1-5
This weeks sermon was preached in St Peters last Sunday evening. It was special for many reasons – firstly it was the Word of God being preached clearly, faithfully and passionately. Secondly it was an opportunity for people in the congregation who do not yet know him, to get to meet and hear our new … More The Great Kings Wisdom – Sunday Sermon – 5th March – Andrew Robertson
This Sundays sermon – again from Sinclair Ferguson as I was away in Northern Ireland last Sunday – Communicating the Good News in Northern Ireland This is a wonderful sermon on worship and Christ as our praise leader…enjoy….