Colin is bringing us the Word again this week. We are looking at Ephesians 2:1-10, focussing on what we were, who we are and what the future holds! Lets see what God has to say to you today.
This week, Colin, one our members, brought the Word to us in Richard’s absence. This we look at how Joshua 3-4 helps us in our Walk with God. Let’s see what God has to say to us through the Word today.
Psalm 100 is a psalm of praise. The second half is a mirror image of the first half with the centre of the whole psalm focusing on praising God for who He is. Too often we get caught up in thanking God for what He has given us, but how often do we thank God […]
“Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” (John 15:13) As we pause and reflect on the sacrifice made by all those in our armed services in the Great War and in conflicts over the 100 years since, Richard speaks about how Jesus Christ gave his life for […]
Is your life black and white? Not in the sense that it lacks colour, but because there are some things that you don’t do because you walk by the Spirit? In this sermon, Paul Sherwood examines how we can walk by the Spirit, not doing those things that lead to death, and doing those […]
In this sermon, Richard Wardman ponders the meaning of adoption, and how, in a spiritual sense, it is a picture of our relationship with God. In the same way, adopting or fostering a child is a great way of sharing God’s love with another person. It requires love, sacrifice and sharing of all that you […]
Sometimes, we follow God because we love Him and want to do his will. At other times, we may be at risk of believing His word not because we love Him, but because we love the blessings we get from God. To find out what really motivates us, love for God or love of blessing, […]
Abraham has been waiting for God’s promises: a son by Sarah, a land of his own, and descendants more numerous than the stars in the sky. In this morning’s sermon, we see the first promise being realized: Isaac is born, the son through Sarah; but his infancy is described in just 7 verses, with […]
The Church’s Mission is to go into all the world and make disciples. But how do we do that? Often, reflecting on why we are not better at passing on the gospel, it seems that we need to pray for more opportunities, to be clearer (and more enthusiastic) about passing on the good news, and […]
As the second part of our 2018 “Season of Prayer”, we look at 1 Corinthians 12, in order to consider how we can pray for the gifting that is necessary for us to serve God. We can pray for folks who don’t yet know their gift(s), those who don’t think that they have a […]