The ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ of Saint Peter Patronal Festival – St Peter’s Day 2019 preached by Ven Andrew Mintern Parish Priest and Archdeacon of Torrens Peter the inspiration The apostle Peter has always been a role model for me.
God’s Relationship With Us Trinity Sunday Year C 2019 preached by Ven Andrew Mintern Parish Priest and Archdeacon of Torrens Introduction – The Fidget Spinner Trinity Did Pope Francis know the theological debate he would stir up when, in
Good Shepherd Sunday – Easter 4 Year C 2019 Key texts – John 10:22-30 & Acts 9:36-43 Preached by Ven Andrew Mintern, Parish Priest and Archdeacon of Torrens Do you think of yourself as a sheep? Probably not I would
Sermons preached at Easter 2019 in the Anglican Parish of Glenelg by Ven. Andrew Mintern, Parish Priest and Archdeacon of Torrens The Journey Begins – Palm Sunday Here we are at the beginning of Holy Week. The most important week
Sermon for The Third Sunday After Epiphany (Australia Day Weekend) Kaurna Acknowledgement Kaurna miyurna, Kaurna yarta, ngadlu tampinthi. ‘We recognise Kaurna people and their land.’ We would like to Acknowledge that the land we meet on today is the traditional lands
A Christmas Reflection – An Interview with the Three Shepherds Let’s take ourselves back, back in time, Its forty years after the birth of Jesus, and some of the shepherd’s who were in Bethlehem that night have been gathered together
Trinity Sunday 2018 Sunday 27th June 2018 Preached by Ven Andrew Mintern (Parish Priest) When is the last time that so many people around the world were discussing a sermon! I can’t believe how many times Archbishop Michael Curry’s
Jesus the Good Shepherd Easter 4 (Year B) 22nd April 2018 Preached by Ven Andrew Mintern (Parish Priest) Texts – Psalm 23 and John 10:11-18 Have a listen to this piece of music as a reflection to begin our service.
Holy Week Sermons 2018 – Based primarily on Mark’s Gospel Preached by Ven. Andrew Mintern (Parish Priest of Glenelg) PALM SUNDAY – Focus Scripture Mark 11:1-11 Introducing our hands! Our hands are amazing things. Out of the 206 bones in our bodies,