At St Nicholas we believe that studying God’s Word, the Bible, is essential for nurturing a growing faith. Use the links below to ‘listen again‘ to one of our recent sermons. Alternatively, you can filter the whole archive by date, speaker, sermon series or Bible book.
Praying and giving are good- and required of Christian disciples – but doing them for the praise of others, so we are well thought of, is BAD! how do we stop falling into this trap? Listen and hear some helpful advice. Sermon preached by Philip Walker on 11th August, 2019.
Revenge, retaliation and defending our rights: That’s the world in which we live and the way our hearts work (even if we don’t always act on it!) But Jesus has another way- a way of turning the other cheek, loving our enemies and praying for those who persecute us. Hard? Yes! But it’s a must-do…
With fake news apparently filling our airwaves and promises by politicians (and others) often not worth the paper they are written on, what does Jesus say about the need to keep our word? Listen and find out. Sermon preached by Rev Ray Porter- Sunday 28th July, 2019.
In this section of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus helps us see two vital truths: Our sin goes deeper that we ever imagined, but we are far more loved that we ever dreamed. It’s a great challenge, but also a great comfort Sermon preached by Stephen Lovelock, 21st July, 2019. [Bible passage=”Matthew 5:21-30″]
Jesus brings a radical gospel message but that doesn’t mean that he dismisses the Old Testament with its Law and Prophets. No, Jesus fulfils them, totally, in a variety of ways and helps us see their wonderful value. [Bible passage=”Matthew 5:17-20″] Sermon preached by Dave Brown on 14th July, 2019.