This page offers resources for a 13-week process of individual and collective reflection on the deep meaning of being a Jesus person today, here in Casino, as we walk towards Jerusalem with Jesus in the weekly Gospel readings. In the Gospel of Luke, between 9:51 and 19:44, we have the "Great Journey" as Jesus moves from Galilee to Jerusalem.
This journey offers an extended masterclass in discipleship: first for those “on the way” with Jesus, then for those for whom Luke prepared his Gospel, but also now for us as we seek to be people on the way with Jesus.
Each week at St Mark's Anglican Church in Casino we shall be exploring how the Gospel for that week informs our own lives as Jesus people here and now.
Join us in church every Sunday, or follow the sermon series online.
|July 3||Luke 10:1–12(13–16)17–24||Agents of an alternative reality|
|July 10||Luke 10:25–37||Anyone but them|
|July 17||Luke 10:38–42||Martha and Mary|
|July 24||Luke 11:1–13||Learning to pray, learning to live|
|July 31||Luke 12:13–21||Foolish generosity|
|Aug 7||Luke 12:32–40||Alert but not alarmed|
|Aug 14||Luke 12:49–59||Beyond nice|
|Aug 21||Luke 13:10–17||A queer church|
|Aug 28||Luke 14:1(2–6)7–14||You first, please|
|Sep 4||Luke 14:25–35||Forming community transforming lives|
|Sep 11||Luke 15:1–10||A destiny embraced|
|Sep 18||Luke 16:1–13||Parable of the audit|
|Sep 25||Luke 16:19–31||And even the dogs ...|
|Oct 2||Luke 17:(1–4)5–10||Authentic Jesus people|