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The theme of our worship is ‘Choosing Joy’. We make so many conscious choices daily and I wonder how many of those choices are to do with our spiritual attitude and well-being? I have preached before about the importance of being a life-giver. There is nothing more attractive than a person who is positive and generous, who sees the best in others a…
 
Today is the first of our two Vision Sundays per year when our worship, prayer and teaching focusses on different aspects of Regent Hall's theology of welcome: "We will be a visible, vibrant church bringing God’s transforming welcome to life in the world, in the heart of London and in to people’s lives"Because today, sadly, is the last Regent Hall …
 
Trinity Sunday is the annual Christian festival celebrating the doctrine of the Trinity or ‘God who is three-in-one and one-in-three’. Introduced in the ninth century, at a time when faith and belief was under threat, Trinity Sunday reminds us to be good guardians of the non-negotiables of Christian faith.Today our Bible message is given by the Reg…
 
Pentecost – the birthday of the Church! It commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles and other followers of Jesus while they were in Jerusalem celebrating the Feast of Weeks as described in the book of Acts.God knew that when Jesus went up to heaven, his followers would need access to the same power that Jesus had and so he sent t…
 
This week I conclude our series considering worshipping God with our senses by speaking about the sense of taste. What does the Bible teach about taste and how we worship God?Certainly, you might think of the stories of the children of Israel and how they ate manna in the desert – the manna that came directly from God. Here was divine provision of …
 
Today we continue our series ‘Worshipping God with our senses’ , focussing on the sense of smell; smell, so often mysterious and intimate with the power to attract or repel us. I’m sure that even sitting here reading this, you can bring to mind sweet (and not-so-sweet) smells which evoke memories and experiences of people and places you love, or ev…
 
One of the things people have missed during the lock downs and even still now, is physical touch. To be able to hug those that we love has been something many of us have missed greatly. Even greeting each other with a handshake has been off limits and so ‘elbow bumping’ some how seems to be the thing to do!We’re looking at ‘Worshipping God through …
 
We continue our series: ‘Worshipping God with our senses’. Here, I shall be considering thoughts around hearing and listening. I want to say right at the outset that God still speaks! In a world that both demands and attracts our attention in a myriad different ways, our ears, hearts and minds are not always attuned to physically listening out for …
 
Today we commence a five-week series on Worshipping God with our senses. This is fascinating stuff! More than that, it is deeply spiritual. Scripture is full of references that speak of seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling and touching. In this series Ali, Caroline and I will be exploring each one of these senses and how they enhance our experience a…
 
We conclude our mini-series on the Sabbath. This week we consider ‘The Story of the Prodigal Son through the lens of the Sabbath.’ At first sight this might appear to be a bit of a mouthful, but I hope and pray that this story will provide us an example of how to truly apply Sabbath thinking to our own lives today. So many of us know that this well…
 
We continue our 3-week mini-series on the theme of ‘Sabbath’. This is a topic which concentrates our hearts and minds on benefitting from quality rest and quality time with God. It’s a lovely and appropriate theme for these early weeks of the new year. Last Sunday Caroline introduced us to the thought that we are supposed to stop. This week I shall…
 
Now some of us have felt as if the last year has been a bit like a lengthy sabbath (even if forced) but is that really true?Walter Brueggemann, who has thought long and hard about biblical sabbath rest, speaks about the pandemic experience in this way: ‘many of us are committed to time as something to fill, master, control and plan ... so this (sta…
 
In Jesus’ first year of ministry he’d performed some miracles, fed a lot of people, healed some others, preached some parables and he was teaching in the synagogue. It was all these things that had gained Jesus his popularity but it will also be all these things which later on earn him a lot of enemies and in particular his teaching. Jesus first li…
 
The good news of Christmas remains unchanged – God is coming in Christ for the world God loves! And it’s the task of the church to joyfully announce Christ’s coming to our tired old world in need of hope. May we hear a fresh word of ‘Comfort and Joy’ in the story of the shepherds and angels outside Bethlehem when Christ was born.Major Caroline Ming…
 
The Christmas story is so much about light bursting into darkness. Yes – it is about ‘Comfort and Joy’ in the direst of situations and this speaks to us more than ever in 2020. The Story is about the fulfilment of Scripture. It is about God working His Purposes out through the generous giving of His Son Jesus for everyone. Our Scripture this mornin…
 
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