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Sermons by The Rev. Alex Shuttleworth

Sermons by The Rev. Alex Shuttleworth

Oct. 10: Judgment & Rescue

If God has judged and rescued before, then He will judge and rescue again. The question is, who does he judge and who does he rescue, and how do we end on the right side of history? Readings from this …

Sept. 26: Glory & Squalor

Sometimes the light reveals that the things we love are not really as good for us as we thought they were. When that happens what will we do? Turn up the lamp, or reach for a blindfold? Readings from this …

August 8: A Widow’s Son

In this week’s sermon, Rev. Alex looks at the compassion of God and how he always provides for our restoration. In this reveal Christ comes to us in our most vulnerable state, and reveals how much more we can expect …

July 25: Healing & Cleansing

In week two of our miracles series, Rev. Alex takes a deep dive into the Old Testament rules reveals how far short of God we fall, and yet how Jesus brings healing, restoration, and grace to us, through his presence …

July 18: Reveal Week 1: Fish!

Rev. Alex starts our new series this week, Reveal: The Miracles of Jesus, Pt. II. The series is a continuation from summer 2019. The miracles reveal a huge amount of Christian doctrine to us, and in today’s miracle Jesus reveals …

July 11: RESTART: One Decision

Rev. Alex leads a combined sermon and background study to the passage in place of the regular podcast as we look at one of the most famous restarts in the Old Testament. Readings from this week’s service: 1 Kings 18: …

June 20: RESTART: Commit

We are a broad church, at different stages in our faith and with many subtle differences in our views. But there are some key non-negotiable commitments, without which membership here makes no sense. (1)    To be a Christian is to …

June 13: RESTART: What Is Church?

Our new series Restart: Commit, Connect, Contribute, begins this week. Believers have always assembled together for worship. And the early church was especially characterized by its devotion to one another. A passive, consumerist, materialist, or individualist understanding of church …