This partial recording of our second Zoom Church gives a flavour of virtual church with snippets of the worship songs, the reading of Scripture (Zechariah 9:9-16), the prayers, participation by others and a narrative ‘sermon’ of Palm Sunday given by Jan Smith -ordinand for St James’ Church and Deaf Church.
The Apostle Paul writes to the Romans about the significance of declaring Jesus as Lord – kurios. The sermon considers the relevance of this to what we might consider inconsequential in our lives today and suggests that what we declare with our lips be reflected in what is held in our heart. Romans 10:1-15
Gerald considers the transfiguration of Christ, speaking from Luke 9:28-36 and 2 Peter 1:16-19 showing how John was the Elijah spoken of in the prophets and about Jesus being the fulfilment of the Law and the prophets as he is joined by Moses and Elijah.
Kate Baker speaks about the resurrection and the Apostle Peter’s ‘sermon’ in Acts 2
Peter Cunliffe, speaking from Numbers 6: 22-27, encourages us to exercise the power of blessing from the outset of the New Year 2017
Lorna speaks about John the Baptist. The Bible passage were Isaiah 35:1-10 and Matthew 17:10-13
Liz speaks from Isaiah 11:1-10, Matthew 17:10-13 and the impact of an encounter on the streets of Cambridge about what equality looks like, prophetic voices and the hope of a new king.
Rev Peter Cunliffe speaks from Isaiah 2:1-5 and Matthew 24:36-66 “As in the days of Noah”
Clive Sprawson speaks from the lectionary reading for the day, Luke 12:32-40, about possessions, the return of Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God