Hear our Preacher's Sermons

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Why Listen?

We don't expect this page to be the most popular on the site. Who's got half an hour to put aside these days, to listen to some old preacher drone on?

Let's face it, the Bible was written 2,000 years ago and goes on about the Romans, carpenters, separating sheep from goats and there's not a single word about newspapers, radio, TV, the web or social media. Stuff that's all around us these days. What relevance has the Bible today?

That's where Ron and Jerry's sermons can help. Ron doesn't just quote from the Bible. He explains the circumstances in which its various books were written. You'll find out why the stories about masters and servants appear and who Levites, Pharisees and Samaritans were and who they represent in the modern world. In short, he puts it all in context and shows how the Bible's message applies today. And, as often as not, he delivers that message with self deprecating good humour, that is, if he remembers to turn on the microphone that is used to record these messages.

Also, Ron's sermon's are often part of a series. If you have to miss a service through sickness, holidays, or any other reason, we plan that you should be able to visit this page to listen to any you've missed.

Listening to the Sermons

The Waveform:
Click/Tap on any point to set the point in the sermon to start listening.
Triangle/Twin Bar:
Click/Tap to operate the "Play" button. It toggles to a "Pause" button.
Sermon Title:
Use this to download a copy of the file for you to keep and play when you are off-line.
Click/Tap on the text to visit the page where the file is stored and use the "Download" button there.
The Clyp Logo:
Click/Tap on this to visit the web site of the company that hosts the sound files for us.
NOTE: We have no control over the files uploaded to the site. Use this link with caution.

The Sermons

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Unfortunately the microphone failed in the dying moments of the sermon below but, hopefully, that won't spoil the message too much. During the sermon a video was shown. You might care to watch that before listening to the sermon.