Quoth the Raven

SERMON  Sunday 18 October, 2020  Feast of St Luke, Evangelist and Martyr  Jeremiah 8.22 – 9.3  Psalm 145.10-18  2 Timothy 4.9-17a  Luke 10.1-9   Quoth the Raven ©Suzanne Grimmett  Is there no balm in Gilead?   Is there no physician there?  Why then has the health of my poor people   not been restored? Jeremiah 8.22  When … Read more

Inviting all the dreamers to the table

 SERMON  20th Sunday after Pentecost  27 October 2019  Joel 2.23-32  2 Timothy 4.6-8,16-18  Luke 18.15-30  Inviting all the dreamers to the table  ©Sue Grimmett It has been said that we all live in a 200-year-long present moment. You can calculate where your 200 years of influence on this planet falls by remembering the oldest person … Read more

But she persisted

SERMON  Sunday 20 October, 2019  Jeremiah 31.27-34  2 Timothy 3.10 – 4.5  Psalm 119.97-104  Luke 18.1-14  But she persisted…. ©Sue Grimmett  My father used to tell the story of the first time he queued up for food in the  mess tent after joining the army and attending his first training during the  Second World War. … Read more

On the Margins

St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Indooroopilly  SUNDAY – Pentecost 18 – Sunday 13 October 2019  Jeremiah 29.1, 4-7, Psalm 66.1-11, 2 Timothy 2. 8-15, Luke 17.11-19  Ann Edwards  I have a hypothetical for you to start – imagine someone new walks through that door. Hold on to  that first person you imagined. What does that person … Read more

On impossible possibilities

SERMON  Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost  Sunday 6 October  Lamentations 1.1-6  Psalm 137  2 Timothy 1.1-14  Luke 17.1-10  On impossible possibilities ©Sue Grimmett  Mustard seeds and mulberry trees? Which is it? It seems Jesus is not averse to  mixing his metaphors. As we have journeyed through this Season of Creation  and recognised this last Friday the … Read more