Can These Bones Live?

A sermon on Ezekiel 37 by Richard Keith on Sunday 21 August 2022 There is an old Irish proverb that says, “Hope is the physician of each misery.” Meaning that hope is the solution to every problem and nothing is too hard when we have hope. With hope in our heart every...

The Glory Departs

A sermon on Ezekiel 8 to 11 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 14 August 2022 I’d like to begin today by posing two related questions. Firstly, how did Israel’s faith survive the catastrophes of 586 BC? In that year Babylon’s armies invaded their country, surrounded  the...

The Message of Christmas Past, Present and Future

A sermon on Titus 2 by Rev Richard Keith on Christmas Eve 2021   In his book “A Christmas Carol” Charles Dickens tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a cruel, tight-fisted, hard hearted man who makes life miserable for his tenants and employees. But on Christmas...

The Gathering of Powers

A sermon on Psalm 110 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 10 October 2021 Psalm 110 may not be the longest psalm or the most beautiful psalm or anyone’s favourite psalm. But it is one of the most important psalms. In fact, it is the one chapter in the whole Old Testament...

Faith for the End of the Word

A sermon on Psalm 46 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 3 October 2021 Do you have a faith that could survive the end of the world? In verses 1 to 3, the writer of Psalm 46 considers the end of the world. God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in trouble....

Reasons for Prayer

A sermon on Psalm 86 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 26 September 2021 The psalms are great for lots of reasons. People turn to them for comfort, for peace and for inspiration. The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. Isn’t it great? But the psalms are also great...

The Treasury of the Heart

A sermon on Psalm 119:9-18 by Rev Richard Keith on Sunday 20 September 2021 Today we return to Psalm 119. Like a holiday destination too beautiful to just visit once, like a city so big that you can live your whole life there and still discover new things, we return...