Meet Gods Servant
Up unil Easter we are going to look at the gospel of Mark and work our way through it and learning about the servant that God has sent to us.



Sermon Text

Sermon Title

25 Feb 2018

Lent 2

Mark  7:1-37

The servant teacher

4 Mar 2018

Lent 3

Mark 8:1-38

Disciples learning

11 Mar 2018

Mothers Sunday

Mark 9:1-9:50

Servants Secret

18 Mar 2018

Lent 5

Mark 10:1-10:52

Servants Paradox

25 Mar 2018

Palm Sunday

Mark 11:1-26

Servant King in Jerusalem

26 Mar 2018


Mark 11:27-12:44

The servant Prophet

27 Mar 2018


Mark 13:1-13:37

Servant shows the future

28 Mar 2018

Wed Holy Week


Servant adored. Betrayed and Forsaken

29 Mar 2018

Maundy Thursday 

Mark 14:53-15:20

Servant, rejected and condemned

30 Mar 2018

Good Friday


The servants death

1 Apr 2018

Easter Sunday

Mark 16:1-20

Empty Tomb



  Past Sermons :Jigsaw - Services

church roof and tower

THe Servant comes to serve.

Rev'd Philip Bryson
Sun 14th Jan 2018

Mark 2:1-22

The Servant is here

Rev'd Canon Henry Blair
Sun 7th Jan 2018

Life Group guidelines


 “Marks Gospel: The story of Jesus”


The servant is here


(READINGS: Mark 1:1-45)


Ice breaker:  Who would you say was your role models as you were growing up?


  1. Mark wants to quickly get to the heart of the subject and tell us what Jesus was like.  
  2. Who would you pick as a witness to establish your credibility? 
  3. Mark has a number of witness statements in the initial verses to  confirm who Jesus is. 
    1. Who are his witnesses?
    2. Which witness is most important to you?
    3. How would you describe each witness?
  4. The picture of Jesus in Mark is of a servant ?  Mark 10:45 is the passage that is seen as a key text in Mark.  What do you feel / think about adopting this attitude in all your life?
  5. The authority of Jesus is seen in a number of ways in the remainder of the chapter.  Can you see where Jesus exercises authority? 
  6.  What details are we given of his time in the desert?
  7. Read Matthews account of the temptation by Satan to compare. (Matt 4:1)
  8. What was said of Jesus preaching?
  9. How was his authority shown in dealing with interruptions when speaking?
  10. How is the heart of Jesus moved by people?
    1. What happens when he is told about Peters mother in law
    2. What does this lead to?
    3. Why does Jesus decide to leave the village?   
  1. What do we see Jesus modelling for us (v35) that makes Jesus different?  
  2. After this conversation what happened?
    1. How does this speak to us?

Being thankful and expectant at New Year

Rev'd Canon Henry Blair
Sun 31st Dec 2017

Matthew 2:13-20, Psalm 118, Phillippians 4:4-10


The gift of frankincense

Rev'd Philip Bryson
Sun 24th Dec 2017

Matthew 1:18-2:12

The gift of Gold

Rev'd Philip Bryson
Sun 17th Dec 2017

Short talk for childrens carol service from Matthew 2:1-12