Recent Sermons & Reflections
The sense of the Spirit of the Lord being upon you would change everything as it did for Isaiah, John the Baptist and Jesus.
Advent 2 - December 10, 2017 Since I broke my arm two weeks ago the theme of comfort has been pretty relevant to me in a personal way. A broken bone is deeply uncomfortable, and finding comfort becomes very important. I remember a very painful drive to the hospital,...
Comfort is more than ease. Comfort can arise from an effort to prepare the way of the Lord.
Isaiah’s yearning plea remains relevant today.
In the depths of the Babylonian captivity, God promises to restore and renew his people.
This parable of the talents is difficult.
The Lord’s coming in final judgment is a thread that unites Sunday’s three readings, (Amos 5:18-24, 1 Thes 4:13-18 and Matt 25:1-13) albeit in very different ways.
November 5, 2017 What makes a saint? Saints are those we remember who were particularly good at following the way of Christ: whether through martyrdom like St Stephen or Archbishop Oscar Romero, through their good works like St Francis or Mother Theresa, through...
The three readings for All Saints day (Rev 7:9-17, 1 John 3:1-3 and Matt 5:1-13) each lean forward to the end of time and heaven.
October 29, 2017 Like so many of the older churches in Toronto, we're sitting here in pews that could seat many more. St Aidan's was built when hundreds of Anglican families came to church in the Beach, so they needed a large space to worship in. But then times...