Missed a good sermon or talk,
or just want to listen again?
Recordings of sermons preached at St Andrew’s, along with talks given at other times, are available from this site. The same sermon is usually preached at both the 9.30am and 11.15am services.
You can listen online to a sermon or talk using the player. Just click the ‘play’ button. For more information and options click on the sermon title, then to download the sermon or talk onto your computer for later playback when not connected to the internet, click on the title of the talk and then click on the ‘download’ button
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To find all the sermons and talks by the same preacher or speaker, or in the same series, use the links on each sermon or talk, or for more detailed searching, use these boxes.
Recent sermons and talks are listed below
Phillip explains the importance of not losing heart, and reminds us of the immeasurable riches of God's love and his power available to us in prayer.
Chris explains that Paul is telling the Ephesians, and us, that the Gospel is for all, Jews and gentiles alike; that Paul was charged by God to make this known…
Phillip speaks about where we were and where we are now in Christ. We are part of God's plan and we must remember the part we have to play in…
By God's unmerited grace, through the death of Jesus in our place, we are transformed from people who were spiritually dead and living without God, into people who are members…
In the second of this series looking at Paul's letter to the church at Ephesus, Jill speaks about the Hope, the Riches and the Power that we have in Christ.
In the first of a new series of sermons on Paul's letter to the Ephesians, Frances explains the background to the letter and Paul's description of us as a chosen…
On Pentecost Sunday, Frances speaks about the coming of the Holy Spirit and asks "Who is the Holy Spirit?" and "What effect does He have on our prayer?".
In the first of a two part series on prayer, Frances explains the importance of regular prayer in our relationship with God.