Category: Reflections

This is the place where you can find sermons and other reflections that have been part of Cornerstone worship. They may be in text form or podcasts.

Sermon for Sunday, 20 June 2021

By Revd Paul J. Le Sueur Panic Stations All was peaceful on Lake Galilee some years ago when I led a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. As we walked along its shores we remembered how often it featured in the Gospels. It was on the shores of Lake Galilee where Jesus recruited Andrew and Peter, and...

Sermon for Sunday, 13 June 2021

By Revd George Mwaura Ezekiel 17: 22–24 and Mark 4: 26–34 God of wonders, we thank you because you have said to us that, when we pray with faith the size of a mustard seed, we can move mountains. Lord, we do have faith; please help our doubts not to override our faith in Jesus’ name. Amen...

Sermon for Trinity Sunday, 30 May 2021

By Revd George Mwaura God in three persons, speak to us in this space by your Spirt and shine light into our human understanding of who you are. Amen A family living in New Jersey in the USA narrated a hilarious experience of taking a young girl of Asian origin to church with them. The girl’s parents...

Sermon for Sunday, 23 May 2021 Pentecost

By Revd George Mwaura Psalm 104: 24–33, Acts 2: 1–4 and John 20: 19–23 God of new beginnings, come, descend among us, and renew our faith and hope by your Spirit, we pray in Jesus’ name. Amen It feels so good to come here and share fellowship with you today. But I am also very conscious...

Sermon for Sunday, 9 May 2021 Easter 6

By Revd George Mwaura Psalm 98 and John 15: 9–17 Friends Christ, who calls us friends, speak to us in the silence of this space, and teach us to befriend those who seek and hunger for true friendship. Amen If someone were to ask you to describe your best friend, or the qualities that makes someone...

Reflections for Sunday, 2 May 2021

By Revd George Mwaura Psalm 22: 25–31 and John 15: 1–8 Tangled up in the vines… This passage from John’s gospel is one that has created great comfort for many people, and at the same time, profound pain and suffering for others. So, let us begin by putting some context to it and, as we do so,...

Sermon for Sunday, 25 April 2021 Easter 4

By Revd George Mwaura Psalm 23 and John 10: 11–18 Good shepherd, you know us better than anyone else. Open the ears of our hearts so that we may recognise your voice and follow you to receive salvation and eternal life. Amen I grew up among the Maasai people of Kenya, who are pastoralist and nomadic...