A sermon by Prof. Jonathan Boston for St Michael’s Anglican Church,
25 October 2020

Readings: Psalm 72; Matthew 22:15–22; Romans 13:1–7

A denarius, featuring Tiberius Caesar — thanks Wikipedia

Matthew 22: Paying the Imperial Tax to Caesar

Then the Pharisees went out and laid plans to trap him in his words. They sent their disciples to him along with the Herodians. “Teacher,” they said, “we know that you are a man of integrity and that you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth. You aren’t swayed by others, because you pay no attention to who they are. Tell us then, what is your opinion? …

A sermon by Emily Hockly for St Michael’s Anglican Church,
24 November 2019

Psalm 139:1–6, 13–18
Acts 4:32–35
Matthew 25:31–46


To conclude our Ethics around the BBQ series, I am going to talk to you about abortion. No pressure, not controversial at all.

The social context for this topic, as you almost certainly are aware, is the current Bill that is progressing through Parliament, which will reform abortion law. …

A sermon given at St Michael’s, Armistice Day 2018

So, Abraham got up; he and took his donkey, and his servants, and enough wood for a burnt offering, and he set out again on a journey into the unknown, responding once more to the inscrutable command of a God he barely knew.

Half a lifetime ago, this God had spoken, summoning Abraham from his home and his household gods, with the promise of a land and a legacy, the legacy of a family that would reach into every corner of the earth with blessing.

And so Abraham had gone, staking…

St Michael's Anglican Church, Kelburn

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