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Reflection for 27 December, 2020, at St Paul's Ashgrove. Luke 2:22-40 - Jesus' first trip to the Temple

'Twas the Night... When God Showed Up

If you are not able to gather at church for Christmas, please enjoy this reflection for the Midnight service at St Paul's, Ashgrove, Christmas Eve, 2020

Luke 2:1-20

Family Christmas


If you are unable to gather with us at Christmas, please sit back and enjoy this brief family Christmas reflection from St Paul's, Ashgrove, 2020.

You can find out more about Operation Christmas at www.pri.org/stories/2013-12-16/colombias-government-has-christmas-message-farc-rebels-come

Present Anxiety

Reflection from Advent 4, 2020 at St Paul's, Ashgrove. Gift-giving is a wonderful expression of love. Isn't it? Well, sometimes... 2 Samuel 7:1-16; Luke 1:26-38

Blue Christmas

Don't feel like celebrating? This is the reflection from our Blue Christmas service at St Paul's, Ashgrove in 2020. It is based on the Advent 3 readings from Psalm 126, Isaiah 61 and 1 Thessalonians 5

Third week of advent

Rev Pam Hynd's sermon at St Paul's Anglican Church, Ashgrove, Brisbane. Sunday 13 Dec 20 - Third week of Advent.

Peace in Precarity

This year has uncovered the precariousness of so many aspects of our lives. How do we find peace in all the uncertainty? This reflection is given at St Paul's, Ashgrove on the second Sunday in Advent, 2020. The Bible readings are:Isaiah 40:1-11; Psalm 85; 2 Peter 3:8-15 and Mark 1:1-8

Pam Hynd Sermon

Rev Pam Hynd's sermon at St Paul's Anglican Church, Ashgrove, Brisbane. Sunday 29 Nov 20 - Advent Sunday

Christ The King

Jesus is about to be arrested, imprisoned, stripped, wounded, and executed. And his followers will not accompany or support him. Their failure will be acute and excruciating But it isn't too late For them Or for us. We can still visit Jesus, clothe him and give him a drink of water. Matthew 25:31-46. (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=matthew+25%3A31-46&version=NRSV)

Burying Your Light

This is not the year to be putting ourselves under pressure to be better, smarter, thinner and stronger. So what do we do with the Parable of the huge sums of money (talents)? This reflection on Matthew 25:14-30 was presented at St Paul's, Ashgrove in NAIDOC Week 2020.