Reflection 12 May – David Coster

Psalm 23 & John 10: 22-30 The Lord is my Shepherd   In my early teenage years, I used to work on my uncle’s farm in Dipton during the school holidays. Lambing used to occur usually during the holiday time and it fell to my lot to join, Doug, the farm shepherd, in the...

Reflection 5 May

John 21:1-19 | The Ordinariness of Christ and the Ongoing Call to Follow  A reflection by Dan Spragg. “Some disciples fished, labouring all through the night, yet they caught nothing. Just after daybreak one they did not recognise spoke hope from the shore. A...

Reflection 28 April – John Simpson

IN SEARCH OF TOLERANCE Psalm 118 was a hymn for the Feast of the Tabernacles. As they approach the temple, the King recalls God’s victory for his people. The despised nation of Israel had become a great power. By Jesus’ day Israel in turn had forfeited their...

Easter Sunday – 21 April

John 20:1-18 – Resurrection – The Invitation. A reflection by Dan Spragg.  Early in the morning they were awake. Their world turned upside down. All that had been building for the past three years, overthrown in a matter of days. Now, only darkness. No wonder there...

Palm Sunday Reflection – David Coster

Palm/Passion Sunday- Isaiah 50:4-9a & Luke 19:28-40 Divine Irony! We are just under two weeks away from April 25th – ANZAC Day. A time when many from this nation and Australia will gather at cenotaphs and memorials around both countries, and in Turkey and other...

Reflection 31 March – Trevor Agnew

Reflection on 2 Corinthians 5, verses 16 to 21, by Trevor Agnew For combined Village-St Lukes service Is anyone feeling weary and under-appreciated?  Criticised and taken for granted? I won’t ask for a show of hands but I think we all feel that way at some time....

Reflection 17 March

 || Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18 || God’s Covenant and the membership of all || A reflection by Dan Spragg I had of course, prepared a sermon earlier in the week. In fact, I probably finished it at around 1:45pm on Friday. But, things change don’t they, so instead I would...