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Summer 2020 Message
This is David's summer message to all reflecting on words from the letter of Paul in Romans Chapter 8, relating them to what we are experiencing during this unprecedented time of the pandemic.

Trinity 4 sermon
David's reflection on the readings of the 4th Sunday after Trinity, relating it to the lockdown and its effect to people.

Trinity 3 sermon
David's reflection on the readings of the 3rd Sunday after Trinity, understanding about sin and our need to contact God.

Trinity 2 sermon
David's reflection on Jesus' words "Take up your cross and follow me" as part of the readings on the 2nd Sunday after Trinity Sunday.

Trinity 1 sermon
David's reflection on the reading of the 1st Sunday after Trinity, Jesus looking at the crowd and have compassion.

Trinity Sunday Sermon
As just the easing of lockdown begins here in the UK, the reading this Trinity Sunday talks about full restoration of our lives through encouraging one another, being of one mind with people around us and living in peace. Hear David's reflection on this, comparing it to the current events happening around us.

Pentecost Sunday
Today is Pentecost, a Christian festival to celebrate the gifts of the Holy Spirit. As the UK government is about to ease up the lockdown situation, let's reflect on today's readings and to listen to God's message to each one of us through the Holy Spirit that lives within us.

Sunday After Ascension
Here is David's reflection on the readings of the Sunday After Ascension, especially on the words of the angels to the disciples "why do you stand here looking into the sky?" Many, if not most, are experiencing difficulties with the prolonged lockdown period. It is during this time that we learn to appreciate little things that other people have been doing to us, like cutting of our hair. We also tend to look up to our government for guidance on what to do next. But who can we really look up to for sustenance and strength during this period of uncertainties?

Easter 6 Sermon
David's sermon on the Gospel of the 6th Sunday of Easter, reflecting on how to find comfort in Jesus' words while our lockdown continue, especially in tackling loneliness.

Easter 5 Sermon
David's reflection on the readings of 5th Sunday of Easter "I am the way, the truth and the life" and how we can find hope on those words as we continue with our Coronavirus lockdown.