Today our guest preacher is Right Rev. Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
We keep watch together in the last moments of advent as we await the birth of the Christ-child once more.
Our young people lead worship this week, telling us the story of the birth of Jesus... in a lockdown fashion!
They had had enough. It was all too dangerous. So Cleopas and whoever was with him were heading home. As they walked along full of questions and grief and wondering what had happened and why they were joined by a stranger.
With faith it's not a matter of size...
The rich man a Lazarus... possibly one of the most uncomfortable parables Jesus' ever told where he lays it all out for everyone to see. Jesus' message isn't just about playing nice, it's about eternal life.
The cost of discipleship can be high... people will disagree, and that means choosing. Choosing what we will give our time, energy and commitment to...
Every wondered where you will end up sitting at a wedding? It turns out Jesus has a story about that!!!
We're joined by the children who took part in our summer holiday club and we baptise Oliver. It's not our usual worship. It's noisy and full of fun!
More. We want more. More and more and more. We seem programmed to hoard. To want more. So when a man comes to ask Jesus to get him more Jesus gives him much more than he was expecting... a row and a parable!
The story of Martha and Mary is well known to many of us, but is this really a story about a big sister being annoyed at beings stuck in the kitchen while her younger sister listens to Jesus. Perhaps there is more to it that that?