Bless the presence of God in all creation; bless the love that He offers, in all its forms.
In the 25th chapter of Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus relates the parable of the 10 Bridesmaids. Here, we’re reminded that a heart prepared for the Lord is also one prone to selfless acts, in the service of others. Nowhere is that better exemplified than spontaneous generosity in peace, or bravery in war.
In today’s New Testament reading from Paul’s letter to the Romans, we have summarized for us all the complexity of the ‘Law’ into one simple yet powerful expression: “Love your Neighbor as Yourself”.
St. Augustine was privileged to welcome Christine Wilson to our Service of worship. As the Director of ‘Street Help/Unit7’, Christine shares a passionate message of forgiveness, generosity and hope on behalf of homeless people in our region of Windsor. Her message was clear; include love and respect in providing for the daily needs of others. […]
This Sunday is The Baptism of our Lord, and an opportunity to reflect on the central meaning of our Baptism – the full measure of being unconditionally welcomed and loved by God. As Children of God we are commissioned to live into and through the promises that were made and the salvation received at the […]