Sunday Ordinary Time:  Jeremiah - The man and his message

Sunday Ordinary Time: The God of compassion

Sunday Ordinary Time: Who is in charge?

Easter: Facing persecution

Harvest Thanksgiving: How to be rich towards God

Sunday Ordinary Time: God wants relationship not religion

Signs of a healthy Church 1 Thess 1

Sunday Ordinary Time: A passion for the Gospel

Sunday Ordinary Time: All Saints Day

The Heart of the Reformation

Ordinary Time - Death and the Christian

Paul and the gospel - 12 Thess 5: 1-11 - Mark Williams

26.11.2016 The Last Judgement MW

3.12.17 - Isaiah 64.1-9 A Prayer for revival

10.12.17 - Why we should read the bible (Psalm 1)

12.12.2017 Five Mistakes made about Christ's birth - Roger Carswell

17.12.2017 John the Baptist's Ministry - Peter Meiring

24.12.2017 - Mary our model

24.12.2017 - Putting the world back together again

25.12.2017- Wonder and wisdom

07.01.18 - Fake Christianity 1 John

1 John 2.3-27 - The true Christian

21.01.2018 - 1 John 2.28-3.10 The Goodness of God

- Mark Williams

1 John 3.11-4.6 - Love and truth - Mark Williams

4.02.2018 -1 John 4.7-5.3 - Beloved - Mark Williams

11.02.2018 - 1 John 5.1-end Jesus

18.02.2018 - The Cross and Evil - Mark Williams (1)

25.2.2018 - The cross and reconciliation - Peter Meiring

4.3.2018 - The Cross and Sacrifice - Mark Williams

11.3.2018 - Mothering Sunday - Eleanor Mcleod

18.3.2018 - The cross and satisfaction - Mark Williams

1.4.2018 - The Cross and Victory - Mark Williams

15.4.2018 - Worship - Peter Meiring

22.4.2018 - Treasures old and new - Mark Williams

29.4.2018 - The Spreading Flame - Mark Williams

6.5.2018 - How to enjoy God - Mark Williams

13.5.2018 - The Acts of Jesus - Mark Williams

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Rev Mark Williams

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St James' Church, Walter Road,

Swansea SA1 4QF

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