Some thought for Lent from Rev John Rackley – a bit late, but perhaps it still seems like Lent in these strange times!
The annual Covenant Service is a tradition going back to John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. On January 5th this year it was led in Christchurch by our Baptist minister, and here are his thoughts on its meaning.
A couple of weeks ago the morning service included the dedication of a little boy, born to a member of the church. For various reasons (there was a lot going on in the service) the sermon got squeezed out! So here is the sermon the Rev John Rackley had prepared for this service. Thoughts on the dedication of a child
It is a tradition in the Methodist Church, going back to John Wesley, to hold an annual Covenant Service, when we recall the promises made when we were baptised or confirmed and recommit ourselves to following Jesus in our lives. This sermon was given by Rev Edson Dube at the Covenant Service in January 2019. The Annual Covenant Service reminds…
This blog will post articles from time to time from our Baptist or Methodist minister, or one of our Worship Leaders. These may be the notes from sermons or just something they wish to talk about.