Recent Talks

Sermons at The Vines are usually recorded (audio only!) and are available here for reference, refreshment, or as a "catch-up" for anyone who couldn't be present on the day.  They are live recordings, so quality may not always be the best.


The recordings are freely available to listen to, but copyright remains with The Vines Church, so please ask permission before using these recordings, or parts of these recordings, anywhere else.



Latest Posts

23 June 2024. Revelation, the book.

Posted on 23rd June, 2024

The Book of Revelation.  Suzanne talks about who should read it, and why.



16 June 2024

Posted on 23rd June, 2024

If my people, who are called by my name . . . .


How do we live as God's church in times of change.  Alex Cameron shares his thoughts and feelings.


9 June 2024

Posted on 10th June, 2024

What did Jesus say about forgiveness in the story of the woman taken in adultery?  Terry Whittaker talks us through John 8:1-11.


26 May 2024

Posted on 6th June, 2024

Allan Dyke asked "How Does Your Garden Grow?", and discussed the need for growing good soil and allowing good time.


19 May 2024

Posted on 6th June, 2024

Tony Bennett visited us this morning, and shared some thoughts about Pentecost based around John 14:15-27.


28 April 2024

Posted on 28th April, 2024

Allan Smith returned this morning to conclude his look at gifts through Romans 12:1-10.  The first part can be found in the post of 10 April 2024.


21 April 2024

Posted on 21st April, 2024

Allan Dyke went back to the Easter Story, considering the women who went to the tomb, the significance of the stone that was rolled away, and how it should colour our own perceptions.


14 April 2024

Posted on 21st April, 2024

Suzanne Cuthbert considered the significance of water, looking at the stories of Hagar and Ishmael, and the Samaritan woman who drew water for Jesus.


31 March 2024

Posted on 21st April, 2024

This Easter Day Allan Dyke considered the role of a church congregation as a castle or stronghold.


24 March 2024

Posted on 21st April, 2024

This morning we learnt about a tea bag as a symbol of faithful living, with Mark Bailey as our tutor.