Latest Recorded Talks

Video messages

Here you can watch our series of daily messages recorded at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Please see our current YouTube playlist:

Facing Evil

(Erik Pattison, 5 June 2020 onwards)


Our previous YouTube playlists are here:


(Erik Pattison, 28 May to 4 June 2020)

Stop Bible Abuse

(Erik Pattison, 21–27 May 2020)

Hopeful Living

(Erik Pattison, 12–20 May 2020)

God and Randomness

(Erik Pattison, 3–11 May)

Church under Lockdown

(Erik Pattison, 25 April to 2 May 2020)

What is God doing in this Crisis?

(Erik Pattison, 20–24 April 2020)

Virtues for a Crisis

(Erik Pattison, 13–19 April 2020)

Easter 2020

(Erik Pattison, 10–12 April 2020)

Waiting and Fasting

(Erik Pattison, 7–9 April 2020)

Waiting and Looking to God

(Erik Pattison, 30 March to 6 April 2020)

Waiting on God

(Erik Pattison, 22–29 March 2020)


Audio recordings from Sundays in church

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These are our most recent Sunday talks. Older sermon series are available on Exodus, selected Psalms, Isaiah, Luke's Gospel, Ephesians, Philippians and 1 Peter. Previous talks not in those series are on the Recorded Earlier page. You can download older files, back to 2011, from the Sermon Archive. For some of our favourites from all these collections, see the panel at the lower right of this page.

Psalm 37 – Waiting for the Lord: Do not fret

This Psalm tells us several more things about what waiting on God really means.  For a start, those who love God have a choice: wait on him, or fret.  (Erik Pattison, 15 March 2020.  Do read the text first, as the reading is not included in this recording: Psalm 37 NIV)

Psalm 27 – Waiting for the Lord

Waiting is unpopular, but wonderful things are promised to those who "wait for the Lord".  What does it really mean and look like?  (Erik Pattison, 8 March 2020. Note: Erik's voice at the start of this recording was a bit hoarse from our cheerful singing, but he soon recovered.)

Psalm 96 – Rejoicing in God's justice

Second talk on God's justice: a look at what is so wonderfully good about it, that we long for it and all of creation will rejoice in it.  (Erik Pattison, 23 February 2020. Includes a long Q&A again)

Romans 12:19 – "Vengeance is mine, I will repay"

Vengeance and justice are deeply intertwined.  The prophets tell is that it is also a necessary element  in our salvation.  How has the death of Jesus reshaped these realities? (Erik Pattison, 16 February 2020)

Luke 1:35 – The Holy Thing within Mary

Gabriel announced to Mary a "holy thing", which grew to be a holy child.  (Erik Pattison, 25 December 2019)

Luke 2:1-7 – Jesus' quiet Christmas

The angels must have made a loud noise – but only a few saw them.  Back in Bethlehem, it would have been mostly quiet for Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus.  God does not do "spectacle"; but his eternal Word was with mankind in a new way.  (Erik Pattison, 22 December 2019)

Isaiah 40 and Luke 1v5-25 – The Voice from the Presence of God

Gabriel speaks as one who has come from the presence of God. He foretells the birth of John, who will be a voice in the wilderness, and speak with authority from God like Elijah.  We need such voices today.  (Erik Pattison, 15 December 2019)