At the Limits

A sermon on Psalm 31 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 22 August 2021 On Christmas Eve, 1968 astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and Bill Anders went where no human being had gone before. In the Apollo 8 space craft they were the first people to go to the moon. They...

Finding Courage

A sermon on Psalm 27 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 15 August 2021 There are some people who have no fear. They can drive a Formula One car around a hair pin bend at 160 km an hour. They can sit on the edge of a cliff and admire the view. They can speak their mind and...

How Long, O Lord?

A sermon on Psalm 13 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 8 August 2021   How long, O Lord? To me it sounds like one of those forbidden questions, the questions that you quickly learn you aren’t allowed to ask. Here’s an example of a forbidden question. “How long till...

The Heart of Worship

A sermon on Psalm 24 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 1 August 2021 Unfortunately, worship and religion are often confused. By religion, I don’t mean he label we give to our faith. Presbyterian, Christian, or whatever. And by religion, I’m not talking about a system of...

Making Enemies his Friends

A sermon on Psalm 87 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 25 July 2021 There are many ways to get rid of your enemies. But the best way is to turn them into your friends. This is what God has been doing since the first people turned against him and went their own way...

A Lamp for my Feet

A sermon on Psalm 119:105 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 18 July 2021 In 1970 Joni Mitchell sang, “Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” In the same way, it’s hard to realise how much we depend on electricity. In fact, it’s...

Unfailing Love

A sermon on Psalm 130 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 11 July 2021 There are plenty of Psalms that speak from the depths of human experience. Those times when we feel like we are in water over our head, or at the bottom of a pit we can’t climb out of. Those periods of...