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Epiphany Discipleship Focus: Reading the Gospel of Mark

Epiphany (Jan-Feb) 2018 At Crookwell Uniting Church, our worship follows a pattern of readings called the┬áRevised Common Lectionary. This is a three year cycle of readings which allows us to hear a broad variety of Scripture. Each year of the cycle one of the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke) becomes the centre of focus […]

Readings for this Sunday: 19 November 2017

Each Sunday morning we hear Scripture read during our worship gatherings. Normally, these readings come from a larger collection of weekly readings referred to as the Revised Common Lectionary. In the length of a Sunday sermon, it is only possible to explore these readings so far – but understanding these passages often takes much longer. […]

What are our hopes for the church?

On Reformation Sunday (29 October) as part of our Sunday Service, we commemorated 500 years since the start of the Protestant Reformation in 1517, when, by legend, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of a church in Wittenberg. As we began to think about how the world is changing, and what it […]

Readings for this Sunday: 12 November 2017

Each Sunday morning we hear Scripture read during our worship gatherings. Normally, these readings come from a larger collection of weekly readings referred to as the Revised Common Lectionary. In the length of a Sunday sermon, it is only possible to explore these readings so far – but understanding these passages often takes much longer. […]

Trial of Sermon Recordings

I have had a few members of the congregation request that I record my sermons for those who like to relisten to ponder in their own time. Recording sermons also makes sense in a multicentre congregation, where not every location has a service every week. As such, I started trialling recording my sermon today. This […]