Sermons from November 2020
Jesus calls us to stay awake and responsive to His call to shine as lights of His compassion and peace in a troubled world.
Our ordinand Judith Swan leads our 7 Towers Service this week as she talks on Matthew 25 v31-45
“Care-free but not careless” – in this last exploration in 1 Peter, Martin explains how Christians are called to live care-free and carefully, but not carelessly, as they follow the example of Christ and open themselves obediently to the guidance and empowerment of the His Spirit.
“O Radiant Dawn” by James MacMillan Before the current lockdown, the local choir “In Ecclesia” were rehearsing in St Andrew’s and recorded James Macmillan’s anthem “O Radiant Dawn” as a tribute to the Fallen on Remembrance Day. They have kindly given St Andrew’s permission to post it for this time of Remembrance, for which we are most grateful. The project was directed by Jenn Botterill, a member of the choir.
A personal reflection for Remembrance season by Adam Green
A Service for Remembrance Sunday 2020 In the Benefice of Wiveliscombe and the Hills Conducted in partnership by Rev. Martin Walker of St Andrews and Rev. Martyn Parry of Wiveliscombe Evangelical Congregational Church
Dying with Christ and living in His Spirit 1 Peter 3 v 11 – 4 v 11