Digital Church Resources

In Matthew 28 Jesus tells his followers to, “go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
 
The Digital Church Project – a partnership between Bush Church Aid and the Anglican Diocese of Tasmania – is designed to help equip churches across Tasmania to do just that. On this page you will be able to find sermons by some of Tasmania’s Anglican clergy to help support and sustain fruitful gospel ministry, especially in rural, regional and remote areas of our Diocese and possibly further abroad. It might be useful as a supplement to local teaching, to cover periods of leave or sickness, or even as a resource for home study. 
 
Some of our churches also livestream whole Sunday services. For more information on that please click here
 
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The return of the ark (2 Samuel 6)The ark of the covenant and its return. David learning to be a godly king. Sermon preached by Ven. Dane Courtney2 Samuel, Digital Church, Holiness2-samuel digital-church holiness
Building houses (2 Samuel 7)

David wants to build a house for God, but instead God will build a ‘house’ for David. Sermon preached by Ven. Dane Courtney

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My Spirit within you – Pentecost (Ezekiel 37, Acts 2, John 15-16)

The Holy Spirit gives life. The Holy Spirit guides us into truth. Sermon preached by Ven. Dane Courtney

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Trinity (Romans 8:12-17)

The Spirit dwells within us. We are God children and co-heirs with Christ. Sermon preached by Ven. Dane Courtney

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David & Goliath (1 Samuel 17)

This passage is not what people often think it’s about, but is a small picture of what the whole Bible is about. Sermon preached by Ven. Dane Courtney

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The fiery ordeal (1 Peter 4:12-19)

How do we deal with suffering in a world that defines pleasure as good and pain as bad? Sermon preached by the Rt Revd Dr Richard Condie.

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Tending God’s flock (1 Peter 5:1-14)

An exhortation to shepherding leaders, humble followers and watchful disciples. Sermon preached by the Rt Revd Dr Richard Condie.

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Alien living (1 Peter 1:13-25)

We are to hope in grace, be holy, live in fear, love one another. Sermon preached by the Rt Revd Dr Richard Condie.

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Job description (1 Peter 2:1-10)

Peter pictures us as babies, building blocks and ultimately ambassadors. Sermon preached by the Very Revd Richard Humphrey.

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Living as exiles (1 Peter 2:11-3:7)

Remember we are only visiting this planet, aliens and exiles here, but citizens of heaven. Sermon preached by the Rt Revd Dr Richard Condie.

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The hostile world (1 Peter 3:9-22)

We witness to a hostile world by the way we live which points to our hope. Sermon preached by the Rt Revd Dr Richard Condie.

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Time of your life (1 Peter 4:1-11)

It is time to do away with sin, stop wasting time, and understand the times. This is the way to have the time of your life. Sermon preached by the Very Revd Richard Humphrey.

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Do you trust God’s character? (Isaiah 40:21-31)

The book of Isaiah is a call to trust God and in this sermon series we look at aspects of who God is, in this sermon we look at why we should trust God’s character. Sermon preached by the Revd Alastair Crouch

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Do you trust God’s servant? (Isaiah 52:13-53:12)

The book of Isaiah is a call to trust God and in this sermon series we look at aspects of who God is, in this sermon we look at how our assumptions about God are challenged by God’s surprising servant. Sermon preached by the Revd Alastair Crouch

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Do you trust God’s word? (Isaiah 55:1-13)

The book of Isaiah is a call to trust God and in this sermon series we look at aspects of who God is, in this sermon we look at why we should trust God’s word. Sermon preached by the Revd Alastair Crouch

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Do you trust God’s future? (Isaiah 66:18-24)

The book of Isaiah is a call to trust God and in this sermon series we look at aspects of who God is, in this sermon we look at why we should trust our future to God. Sermon preached by the Revd Alastair Crouch

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Living hope (1 Peter 1:1-12)

We are God’s children with a living hope so we rejoice. Sermon preached by the Very Revd Richard Humphrey.

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Bread and Water (Mark 6:30-44)

Jesus satisfies our deepest hunger and calms our deepest fears. Sermon preached by the Revd Victor Shaw

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Cleanse the thoughts of our hearts (Mark 7:1-30)

Every culture has customs and beliefs about what makes you clean or dirty. We explore the spiritual and social dimensions of this and how Jesus both cleanses our hearts and breaks down the social barriers between the ‘clean’ and ‘unclean’. Sermon preached by the Revd Victor Shaw

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Do you trust God? (Isaiaih 38:1-7; 39:1-8)

Overview of the book of Isaiah with a focus on the overall message which is a call to trust God in the big and the little. Sermon preached by the Revd Alastair Crouch

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Do you trust God’s justice? (Isaiah 1:1-15)

The book of Isaiah is a call to trust God and in this sermon series we look at aspects of who God is, in this sermon we look at why we should care about God’s justice. Sermon preached by the Revd Alastair Crouch

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Do you trust God’s judgement? (Isaiah 26:20-27:13)

The book of Isaiah is a call to trust God and in this sermon series we look at aspects of who God is, in this sermon we look at what the point of God’s judgement is. Sermon preached by the Revd Alastair Crouch

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The Kingdom of God is Near (Mark 1:1-15)

Who is Jesus? What does it mean to follow him? And who wrote the Gospel of Mark anyway? Sermon preached by the Revd Victor Shaw.

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Power (Mark 5)

In a modern, scientific age, how do we deal with accounts of the supernatural and miracles in the Bible? In Mark chapter 5 Jesus shows he has power over the spiritual world, over sickness and over death itself. Sermon preached by the Revd Victor Shaw.

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Conflict (Mark 6:1-29)

Herod’s conflict with John the Baptist could be seen as a particularly bad moment in church and state relations. What does it teach us today? Sermon preached by the Revd Victor Shaw.

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