Listen Again is where you can listen to previous sermons and talks. Listen to a sermon by clicking on the link in the description of the talk. The talks are in MP3 format files. Depending on your browser settings you may find one or two different things happen:
- the browser will start a new page with a media player and start playing the talk
- a different program may be started by the browser to play the file; for example Windows Media Player or Quicktime player.
- a dialogue will open asking you if you’d like to save the file or open it with a program.
Commonly used browsers; Firefox, Explorer, Opera, Safari and Chrome all allow you to right click on the link for a list of options (save, play, opening with a non-default program etc).
You can copy the file to your MP3 player, and listen again to St Mary’s sermons whenever or wherever you wish.
Mike listens to the different voices Jesus uses, as He looks forward to reaching Jerusalem.
At the start of Lent, Ruth looks at Jesus's response to temptation.
Ruth considers Paul's description of what we might be like after we die, chooses not to care about the details, but to trust God.
Sue grapples with the Corinthians' attitude to the resurrection of Jesus.
Mike reflects on how the resurrection is at the heart of the Christian gospel.
Andrew approaches St Paul via Hugh Grant.
The dream of God over your life is that you come alive in His presence and bring life to every environment (Alan Scott, Scattered Servants)
At the wedding, Mary saw that the impending social disaster was beyond her control, but she made space for Jesus to transform the situation. (Sorry we can't show you the…
Andrew says that by choosing to be baptised, Jesus identifies with us, so we can identify with him as beloved sons and daughters of God.
No kings. Not three. No stable. No baby. Andrew has us read carefully the story of the visitors from the East.