Have you been travelling? or family events have interrupted your Sunday routine of attending church? All Sunday sermons can be found on the St Peter’s Church, Glenelg. Facebook page. You don’t need to be on Facebook to watch the sermon!
Inspired by Romans 8:26 Preached by Rev’d Andrew Mintern – Eighth Sunday After Pentecost 26 July 2020 I will come back to the verse from Romans about the Spirit interceding for us with Sighs too deep for words but first
Sixth Sunday After Pentecost (year A) Preached by Rev’d Andrew Mintern – 12th July 2020 at St Peter’s Church, Glenelg Introduction In 1527 plague struck the town of Wittenburg. If you know just a little church history you will know
preached by Ven Andrew Mintern via Facebook for the Anglican Parish of Glenelg – Sunday 5th April to Sunday 26th April 2020 Palm Sunday Entering Holy Week Focus reading Matthew 21:1-11 Introduction The Word “Hosanna” means save us – it
As people self-isolate due to the coronavirus, the Anglican Parish of Glenelg is trialling the recording of the sermon from our Sunday services. Today’s sermon can only be found on our Facebook page.
“All I want for Christmas…” Christmas Sermon 2019 A Christmas sermon by Rev’d Andrew Mintern for the Anglican Parish of Glenelg I don’t want a lot for Christmas There is just one thing I need, and I don’t care about the
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