Sermons by John Logan

Aldersgate Sunday – Worship at Home

Welcome to our service for Aldersgate Sunday, this week we tell stories from the life of John Wesley with hymns chosen by our very own ‘Mr Wesley’s Preachers’. You can download the service sheet here. Text versions of the stories can be downloaded here. Story One – A Brand Plucked from the Burning Story Two – A Heart Strangely Warmed Story Three – The World is my Parish

Love Never Fails – Worship at Home

The Service sheet can be downloaded here. You can donate to the Christian Aid coronavirus appeal here. You can give online to the church here. However this week we are encouraging donations to the Christian Aid appeal. Full Service Sermon Only

Worship at Home – Fifth Sunday in Lent

Order of Service Download the order of service containing the whole service here. Sermon, Readings and Prayers of Intercession (9,10,12,13) Download the transcript here In Christ Alone Recorded by the St. Mary’s and St. Peter’s CE School Senior Choir. Used with permission. He’s got the Whole World in His hands Recorded by the St. Mary’s and St. Peter’s CE School Reception classes used with permission.

Crumbs! – Sunday 6th Septermber

Readings James 2: 1-17 Mark 7: 24-30 Sermon Text Sometimes when we read the stories of Jesus we begin to build a picture of Jesus and his divinity. Somehow our picture can become quite distorted. We build him into a plaster saint only fit for our mantelpiece. We put a halo around his head and develop a picture of someone who could do nothing wrong. Our gospel reading today I think gives a picture of a totally different Jesus. It…

Nagging Love – Mothering Sunday

Readings Psalm 107, John 3:14-21 Prayers Gathering Prayer God, our God, is rich in mercy. By God’s mercy, we are created; by God’s mercy, we know Jesus; by God’s mercy, we have been saved; by God’s mercy, we are forgiven; by God’s mercy, we are alive through the death of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Prayer of Confession Lord, we acknowledge that we have fallen short of your goodness. You are like the mother hen who…