Here’s some of the sermons I’ve preached in the past year or so.


Active filter: Book: Psalm (x) , Service: Sunday Morning (x)
Book: Genesis (1), Psalm (4), John (1).
Series: Thankful for... (1), God of... (1), Imago Dei - In His Image (1), Advent (1).
Date: 2008 (1), 2009 (2), 2010 (1)
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Sermons (4)

Thankful for Freedom
Psalm 107:10-16 (Part of the Thankful for... series).
Preached by Peter Ould on February 28, 2010 (Sunday Morning).
God - The Life Giver
Genesis 2:4-25 (Part of the God of... series).
Preached by Peter Ould on September 13, 2009 (Sunday Morning).
God is Forgiving
Psalm 130:1-8 (Part of the Imago Dei - In His Image series).
Preached by Peter Ould on February 15, 2009 (Sunday Morning).
Psalm 85 - The Second Coming (Hallelujah!!)
Psalm 85:1-13 (Part of the Advent series).
Preached by Peter Ould on December 14, 2008 (Sunday Morning).


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Paulinus of York
God our Saviour, who sent Paulinus to preach and to baptize, and so to build up your Church in this land: grant that, inspired by his example, we may tell all the world of your truth, that with him we may receive the reward you prepare for all your faithful servants; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.

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Aber mit der Heimat
geht man immer herum,
durch die Welt,
dort und dort
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No one could describe
the Word of the Father;
but when He took flesh from you, O Theotokos,
He consented to be described, and restored the fallen image to its former beauty.
We confess and proclaim our salvation in word and image.
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