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.
Andrew's musings were inspired by a cappuccino in Weymouth Sainsbury's. You can hear the full version of the song You Restore My Soul (feat. Lauren Harris) here.
Sue compares St Mary's to a mis-constructed Mr Potato Head.
Guest speaker Lis worries about the limitations of half-blown-up Christians.
Oli Deeks updates us on the work of Camberley Youth for Christ, including The Point, a new meeting for young people, starting in the autumn.
Andrew has us claiming on the guarantee of God's promise, which is the Holy Spirit.
Andrew looks at he reception Jesus got when he went home for a visit.
Mike compares 2 Corinthians to a modern-day charity appeal letter.
Andrew draws out the parallels between Jesus and the Old Testament character of Jonah.
Sadly, our audio recording does not allow you to see the games which preceded this sermon, undertaken by two intrepid (and ever-so-slightly competitive) teams of Dads. They included Dad Dancing,…