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This area contains publications and audio recordings.

These are recent sermons preached at St Barnabas. They are made available to you free of charge in the hope that they will be a blessing to you. The most recent are displayed at the top.

These recordings are at a quality which speeds up streaming or download.

For a higher quality, please order a CD which is available from The Arch on Sundays or to order your CD email John Auton.


Click a menu at the left to go to the relevant sermon series download area, else you can browse the entire list here below. 

Once you have found the sermon or other media item you wish to listen to or view, clicking on the title will stream the content to you. Clicking on the word "download" will give you the option to save the content to your own pc for later use.

 Most Recent Sermon Listing 
Moses on the Move Part 1 (download)
Henry Kendal, 14/09/2014
Far Away (download)
David Brown, 07/09/2014
As the Father Has Sent Me (download)
Joshua Kane, 07/09/2014
Jesus heals a Possessed Boy (download)
Jonathan Radmall, 31/08/2014
The Transfiguration (download)
Sally Dryden, 31/08/2014
The way of the Cross (download)
Chris Alexander, 31/08/2014
Peter: Very right, then very wrong (download)
Emma W, 24/08/2014
4000 Fed and a talk about Bread (download)
Malcolm Gray, 24/08/2014
Jesus Heals with Spit! (download)
Rachel Kane, 17/08/2014
Jesus and the Gentile Woman (download)
Becki Chafe, 17/08/2014
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