Join us as we continue our short series reminding ourselves of what we are about as a church. This week we look at what it means to be followers of Christ together. God has called us together as a community to worship Him; he is the point and the focus of our existence and lives. So what does it mean to be his followers and how do we follow him?
Join us as we begin our short series reminding ourselves of what we are about as a church. This week we look at what it means to be a family together. God has called us together to live as his family that he will work through to bless our community.
Join us as we look back on the past year and look ahead to this new year and think about how we should set ourselves up for this new year ahead. We look at Joshua's last words to the Israelites as they are on the brink of the promised land, reminding them of all God had done for them to get them there and how they were to dedicate themselves to him to know his blessings when they enter the land.
Join us as we finish our Christmas series by looking at the greatest journey of all; the journey of Jesus from heaven to earth to come and live as one of us and dide in our place for us, that we may find new life.
Join us as we continue our Christmas series looking at the journeys the different characters made to the nativity. This week we look at the wise men who travel all the way from the East to worship Jesus the king, after following the star.
Join us as we continue our Christmas series looking at the characters' journeys to Bethlehem and beyond. This week we look at the Shepherds. We see in this story that the Gospel is for common people from the very beginning. The good new is that Jesus comes as a saviour for all who will receive him.
Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospel, looking at Jesus the servant king. This evening we look at Jesus' revelation of his glory to his three closest disciples on the mountain. If they could have seen it, they were being welcomed into a revelation of God himself on the mountain just like Moses and Elijah before. But they dont recognise it, they still can't see the truth right in front of them.
Join us as we start to thin about Christmas. This year our series is called the Greatest Journey and looks at the journies that the characters of the nativity take. We begin by looking at the journey of Mary and Joseph, to Bethlehem, to the temple, to Egypt and to Nazareth. In these journeys we will see faith in the promise, faith in the everyday, faith in adversity and faith in obscurity.
Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospel, looking at Jesus, the servant king. This week we see the turning point of the gospel; Peter's revelation that Jesus is the Messiah. We will see Jesus ask the disciples the question that all have been asking of him; who is he? What is he about? As much as Peter is enabled to see that Jesus is the Christ they have no idea what that means. And so Jesus spells out just what it requires to follow him; to imitate him.