Peter Blair, Olive Way pastor, invites us to view the world from a different vantage point, a different angle (God’s), and to see what God sees.
It is arguable that Covenant is the primary metaphor shaping the biblical understanding of who God is and how God relates to humankind. Find out more as we begin the season of Lent reflecting on Genesis 9:8-17
A reflection on bad theology and religious freedom followed by a response from Anthony Hinds to the bill passed to prohibit Gay Conversion Therapy.
We follow Jesus through this day in the Gospel of Mark and see how the light of his gospel day shines on our day. Mark 1:29-39
The Walking Together group offered a time of Lament and Truth Telling during worship. The image used for this post is a photo taken from the book 'Welcome to Country', welcome words by Aunty Joy Murphy with illustrations by Lisa Kennedy. Brooke Prentis, proud Wakka Wakka woman, Aboriginal Christian Leader, CEO Common Grace offered [...]
Responding to Jesus call to the fishermen in Mark’s gospel & Jonah's encounter with the people from Ninevah Rev Carlynne Nunn invited us to reflect on on love, community and evangelism. If the link does not work go to 22.11
On this second Sunday of Epiphany Rev Graeme Garret invites us to reflect on the great revelation of God's love. Graeme is a member of our congregation and one of regular preachers.
A reflection on the Baptism of Jesus As you remember your Baptism – how does it affect how you live? Mark 1:4-11 with thanks to Rev. Narelle Collas, Presbytery Minister, Port Philip West If the sermon link does not work please go to 24.18
In the beginning ... What do John, Matthew and Mark have to say about the coming of Jesus and the creation of the Universe? If the YouTube link doesn't take you to the sermon please go to 27.40
We explore Mary’s early days as a mother and her encounters with Simeon and Anna in the Jerusalem Temple. (The recording includes Meg Orton reading Luke 2:21-40.) Dave Hall, Children & Families, Youth & Young Adult Pastor