St Francis Rector, Revd Paul Germond, flanked by Church Wardens Theo Coggin (left) and Patience Dlamini (right, partially obscured) follow Server Clementine Nishimwe at the head of the Palm Sunday Procession along the main road of Parkview today. You can listen to Paul’s Palm Sunday sermon here: http://bit.ly/2nuDPGZ
Posted on behalf of Reverend Canon Cynthia Botha Date of sermon: 26 July 2015 (9th Sunday after Pentecost) Where: St Francis There are two important stories in the gospel for today –you will see we are reading from the gospel of John – the feeding of the 5000 and immediately following that – Jesus walking … Continue reading
What Jesus wanted from his disciples:
• He wanted their faith, their reliance on God alone and not on all the things of this world.
• He wanted his disciples to touch the people on a one to one basis, just as they were.
• He wanted them to exemplify faith by humble obedience.
Three dimensions are important.
• Reliance on God or what we mean by faith. Continue reading
Ishmael the Gorilla has appeared a few times in the sermons of Revd. Tim Gray. In this period around World Environment Day, you might be interested in more information about the story and the intention of its author, Daniel Quinn. Ishmael is a 1992 philosophical novel by Daniel Quinn. It examines the myth-based thinking at … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Reverend Tim Gray Date of sermon: 10 May 2015 (5th Sunday after Easter) Where: St Francis I recently watched a film called “Lars and the Real Girl” about a young and socially inept young man who lives in the garage of his deceased father. His married brother lives in the … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Reverend Canon Cynthia Botha Date of sermon: 12 April 2015 (Easter 2) Where: St Francis The group of believers were one in heart and mind that is how the Acts of the Apostles reading starts today. Remember that Acts records events that happened very soon after the Resurrection and Ascension of … Continue reading
The sermons delivered by our clergy will be posted on the website. When preparing sermons, the clergy spend a great deal of time and effort in reading, researching and praying , so it is an unfortunate waste that their sermons are usually heard only once and only by a limited group of people. The intention … Continue reading