Reading: Micah 5:1-6.
This morning Rev. Peter Bluett continued his exploration of advent by contrasting the two different visions for peace offered by Imperial Rome and by the Kingdom of God. 25 more words
Reading: Isaiah 25:6-8.
On this first Sunday of Advent, Peter, our minister, preached on the meaning of advent, highlighting the importance of putting scripture into its historical context in order to understand the biblical accounts. 29 more words
Reading Mark 9:33-48.
This morning our minister, Peter, concluded his series on the scriptural history of the doctrine of hell. He looked at the New Testament references to hell, as well as the apocryphal writings which have influenced popular understandings of the doctrine. 26 more words
Reading: John 15:9-17
In this morning’s Remembrance Day service, our minister, Peter, spoke of a Royal Navy sailor’s experiences after the sinking of the Laconia during the Second World War, and of the examples of bravery, compassion, and self-sacrifice he encountered from people on both sides of the conflict. 27 more words
Reading: 2 Corinthians 5:1-9
In his sermon this morning our minister, Peter, continued the theme of what heaven may be like, and considered the issue of bodily resurrection, including the various theological arguments put forward over time as to what this may involve. 28 more words
During an action packed Harvest Thanksgiving service, in which we heard about the work of both Blythswood Care and Tearfund, our Minister, Peter, gave a short message in which he reflected upon our call, as Christians, to be kind and generous. 26 more words