Okewood Talks

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The last 4 weeks' talks from Okewood Church are available in a variety of ways. If you missed a talk, or just want to study it in more detail you can:

  • Subscribe to the 'podcast'. This means the talks will automatically be sent to iTunes on your computer when available, you can then listen to them when you like, no need to keep coming back and downloading individual files. If you don't already have iTunes it can be downloaded free for Mac or PC from www.apple.com/uk/itunes/download. Once you have iTunes, just click the Subscribe icon below.
  • Listen on-line by clicking the play button below.
  • Download the individual talk to listen to on your computer with software such as iTunes (see above) by clicking the 'Download this episode' link (depending on your browser you may need to right-click the link and choose 'Download linked file').

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Talks

Reading and sermon 15-10-2017 David Steel

Belinda Kerry reading from Matthew Chapter 22 Verses 1-14 and David Steel talking on the parable of the wedding banquet.

Baptism sermon by John Marsh

John Marsh talking on the raeding of Matthew Chapter 18 Verses 1 to 6 at the baptism of Beatrice Williams.

Sermon 24-9-2017 - Pete Deaves

Pete Deaves, the Curate from Rudgwick, talking on today's reading from Matthew Chapter 20 Verses 1 to 16.

Reading and sermon 10-09-2017 Barry Thomson

Liz Coleman reading Matthew Chapter 18 Verses 15 to 20 and Barry Thomson talking on this reading.

Reading and sermon 03-09-2017 Gill Christie

Eileen Saunders reading Matthew Chapter 16 from verse 21 and Gill Christie talking on this reading.

Some Mother's Son -The Untold

Shirley's moving account of trying to find out the circumstances of her son's death and how her faith has sustained her.
Taken from the BBC Radio 4 Series The Untold 

Explore life' biggest questions - The Alpha course
Life Groups - Join a small group to  learn and share together
Children & youth activities Sundays, weekdays and holiday clubs
Talks The Sunday Morning Sermons are recorded at Okewood Church. Listen online or 
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