Epiphany 4: Water to wine and being vessels for God by Ian Mobsby


In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the significance of Jesus turning water to wine, and the dialogue between Jesus and his mother Mary. found in John 2.1-11. This is the first recorded miracle of Jesus, and demonstrates not only God’s love for us, but our calling to be vessels for God. This was recorded on the 29th January 2017. You […]

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Epiphany 3: Christ is our Light in a time of fear and darkness by Ian Mobsby


In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the significance of the prophecy of Isaiah 9:1-4, and the Gospel of Matthew 4: 12-23 to explore the significance of Jesus as the light to bring hope to those who are in darkness. Ultimately Jesus comes as Messiah and as the Son of God into our world, who will overcome all darkness as God […]

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Epiphany: The danger to the Incarnation of God and Baptism as giving us identity by Ian Mobsby


In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the significance of the visit of the Magi to the baby Jesus, and also the importance of baptism as giving us identity and helping us known that we are loved by God.  This homily was given in preparation for the renewing of baptism vows in a new year.  This was recorded on the 8th […]

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Epiphany 4: The coming of the Kingdom through Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit by Shannon Preston


In this podcast on Sunday 31st January 2016, Shannon Preston explores the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple as recorded in Luke Chapter 2.  This day marks the end of Epiphany and of the Christmas Season.  Shannon explores the implications of the text and the prophecy’s of Anna and Simeon for the coming of the Kingdom of God through the […]

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Epiphany One: Living the baptism orientated life as a Christian


In this podcast on the first Sunday of Epiphany 2016, Ian Mobsby explores the theme of ‘Living the baptism orientated life’ drawing on the Gospel of Luke, and his interepration of the baptism of Jesus.  Luke is different to other gospel writers in that there are no details about the baptism, but a greater concern for what happened afterwards.  For […]

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