St Michael's sermons

St Michael's sermons

By St Michael's Kelburn
Christian homilies engaging with the Bible, contemporary life and the big issues of our time
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Lent 2: Matthew Bartlett on Climate Change: Lament, Repentance, Renewal, Action
The texts for the day were Psalm 69; Isaiah 24:4–13; John 3:1–17
22:54
March 9, 2020
Lent 1: Rev Dr Tim McKenzie on 'lament' in the Bible & in us
Psalm 13; Lamentations 3; Matthew 4:1–11 Tim introduces the Biblical genre of lament as one pattern for our conversations with God. 
21:28
March 1, 2020
Rev Dr Tim McKenzie on Salt, Light & the NZ housing crisis
Tim the vicar preached from Isaiah 58:1-9; 1 Corinthians 2:1-12; Matthew 5:13-20
21:40
February 20, 2020
Rev Dr Deborah Wilson on Jesus the Teacher
Rev. Dr. Deborah Wilson, chaplain at Queen Margaret College, introduces St Matthew's depiction of Jesus as teacher — a new Moses who would in his own self fulfil the law. Texts: Isaiah 9:1–4, 1 Corinthians 1:10–18, Matthew 4:12–23
29:07
January 28, 2020
Rev Māmari Stephens on whakawhanaungatanga and the Massacre of the Innocents
Māmari refers to Léon Cogniet's (1794–1880) painting 'Le Massacre des Innocents':
20:18
December 29, 2019
Rev Dr Tim McKenzie on God's judgment & Terry Malick's The Tree of Life
For the fourth Sunday in Advent, Tim preaches from 2 Peter 3 and Matthew 1.18-25
21:46
December 22, 2019
Waiting for the Dawn: Rev Jenny Dawkins on acts of imagination and faith
The Rev Jenny Dawkins, from All Saints Peckham, South London, visits and preaches for the first Sunday in Advent.  The texts were Isaiah 2:1–5, 2 Peter 1:1-11, 19–21 and Matthew 24:36–44.
28:51
December 1, 2019
Emily Hockly on abortion & the church
A sermon preached at St Michael's Anglican Church, Kelburn, Wellington, New Zealand, 24 November 2019.
15:27
November 24, 2019