Sermons on Mark
Rev Dr Lorraine Parkinson’s Reflection ‘Disorder and Purpose’ 7 April 2019 Bible Readings: Genesis 1: 1:-10, Mark 1: 4-11
Rev Claire Dawe’s Reflection ‘Old and New Orders’ delivered at Manningham Uniting Church, Westfield Drive, Doncaster, 18 November 2018 (Bible Readings: 1 Samuel 2: 1-10; Mark 13: 1-8)
Matthew Julius reflects… When asked which commandment was first of all this prayer was the response Jesus gave. This prayer, known as the Shema, is the central prayer of the Jewish tradition. A week after the deadliest anti-Semitic terror attack in US history, let us never again forget that Jesus was Jewish. And that Jesus, and the earliest Jewish Christians, did not turn their backs on Judaism in order to become Christian. Let us, at this time, not turn our…
Bible Readings: Job 38: 1-7, 34-41; Mark 10: 35-45 We’ve just heard two readings in which people are questioning and wrestling with their place among things: Can we be seated in positions of advantage, Jesus? asks James and John. Who are you to question the creator, the origin, destination and upholder of life, Job? So let us for a moment consider our place among things – and things place among us! <Video> We are part of an infinite…
Mk 10:17-31 My money, your money and our money surely isn’t anyone’s business… Carlynne Nunn reflects on Mark 10:17-31.
Chris Mitchell shares her storytelling perspective of Mark.