Fiona invites us wonder and ask questions about our bodies, about who we are, how we are as the body of Christ. Rev Deac Fiona Bottcher is a member of our congregation and is the Coordinator of the Port Philip West Mental Health Ministry.
An invitation to explore how we might see the glory, or part of the glory, of God in the wedding at Cana. with thanks to Rev. Dr. Graeme Garrett Watch here or go to 6:25, the playback link is not working in the way it's meant to!
Daniel Broadstock offered quotes for sinking into the soul inviting us to continue the mysterious journey of faith with the Magi. Daniel is member of our congregation.
John's gospel offers us a radical, inspired new version of Jesus: the movie. Dave Hall explores John's dreaming theology.
Merry Christmas! Here is an audio recording of my reflection on the Christmas story this year.
We welcome Beth Shelton to talk to us about the story of the Visitation Luke 1:39-45 - Elizabeth and Mary's 3 month long meeting. The reflection begins at 30:39 in the video.
A reflection on the unpleasant story of John the Baptist in Luke 3:7-18 I quote from Margaret Atwood's novels "The Handmaid's Tale" and "The Testaments". The reflection begins at 43:11 in the video.
A reflection on the theme of finding one's voice in Luke 1 and Luke 3:1-6 The reflection begins at 25:20 in the video.
As we begin the season of Advent Olive Way Pastor Peter Blair reflects on apocalypses, signs of God's kingdom and shares a story from 'With Open Arms'. With Open Arms is a collection of stories from the Olive Way, the book was dedicated during worship. The artwork 'Tranquility' was created by Olive Arts Convenor, [...]
A reflection about the Reign of Christ, the Commonwealth of Love, focussing on John 18:33-37 The refection commences at 27.38 I refer to these documents and articles: https://www.vatican.va/content/pius-xi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xi_enc_14031937_mit-brennender-sorge.html https://www.vatican.va/content/pius-xi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xi_enc_11121925_quas-primas.html https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/12/the-return-of-the-1920s/422163/