Latest Recorded Talks

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These are our most recent Sunday talks. Earlier talks on Luke are at "Talks on Luke's Gospel" (click to go there).  Recent talks on Isaiah are at "Talks on Isaiah" (click to go there).  The 2016 series on Philippians is at "Talks on Philippians" (click to go there). Previous talks not in those series are available on the Recorded Earlier page (click to go there). You can download older files, back to 2011, from the Sermon Archive (click to go there). For some of our favourites from all these collections, see the panel at the lower right of this page. 

Luke 24:33-53 – Faith and doubt

Even when face-to-face with the risen Jesus, the disciples still had their doubts.  How did Jesus react, and where does this leave us?  (Neville Reid, 1 July 2018)

Laying a sister to rest (Luke 20:34-38)

Message given at the funeral of Iona Rebecca Simon. (Erik Pattison, 29 June 2018)

Luke 24:13-35 – Hope reborn

Jesus had a purpose in making his appearances to people in such subtle ways.  We may think we believe, and yet fail or even resist truly to hope in God; but he is at work to overcome our resistance, and create hope that is forever.  (Erik Pattison, 24 June 2018)

Luke 23:50–24:12 – The empty tomb

How does Luke expect us to believe such a far-fetched thing as someone rising from the dead?  (Neville Reid, 17 June 2018)

Luke 23:26-49 – The last words of Jesus

Luke records four things that Jesus said as he was being crucified.  Unlike some at the moment of death, he was not looking back, but into the future – for himself and his hearers.  (Erik Pattison, 10 June 2018)

Luke 22:63–23:25 – The justice of mankind, and the mercy of Christ

Jesus faced men who condemned him to death even though he had done nothing wrong.  Humanity thus condemns itself, and it is Jesus who is the real judge – yet he brought mercy, not judgment.  (Neville Reid, 3 June 2018)

Luke 22:39-62 – Three characters to learn from

God is interested in who we really are.  May we all take to heart what we can learn from the three persons contrasted here.  (Erik Pattison, 27 May 2018)

Talks on Luke

See the separate page for earlier recordings on Luke's Gospel.


Talks on Isaiah

See the separate page for recordings on Isaiah, including Erik's recent series of five talks at South Park Chapel.