Can you imagine what it might be like to sit down to a meal with Jesus? In this sermon, Caleb Woodbridge looks at what Jesus had to say to a group of religious people who invited him to dinner. It is fair to say that he didn’t hold back! This talk is based on Luke […]
This week was the Dedication of Simeon T, one of the many babies we have in the church currently! We had Richard bring God’s word to us from a passage in John’s Gospel. Jesus washed the disciples feet, but they couldn’t see why he would do that. What might God say to you through it?
Does the earth move when you pray? It did for the apostles in this passage from Acts. Perhaps that was a proof to them that God was willing to act on their behalf, as they called out to Him. A willingness to support them as they witnessed to God’s love and power. The earth may […]
The journey of two friends in Luke 24:13-35 starts with them walking away from Jerusalem dejected, downcast, and confused. The narrative ends with the friends running back to Jerusalem after nightfall (along a dangerous road) excited and desperate to reach their friends with incredible news. Listen to this bible talk to find out what happened […]
This was the sermon from 10th February about Biblical Eldership. As we seek to add some new Elders to our current crop, we seek what Eldership means and how it affects the whole Church family.
New year, new you? Or are you just waiting to disappoint yourself with your new resolutions? There’s one new year’s resolution that should be on every Christian’s list – grow in Christ. But is this just another one doomed to fail? No, absolutely not. Why? Because achieving this doesn’t rest entirely on your shoulders. You […]
When we see the broken world around us, we long to know true and lasting peace. Whether we think of the horrific event in Manchester or see relationships with family and friends crumbling around us, we quickly see that peace can’t come from the world. So where should we look? Listen to find out.
This week as a one off, Richard helpfully looks through Psalm 119 and the Word of God and it’s effect on our lives. This comes as some of the members in the Church embark on a 2 year Bible Reading plan.