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Blind Belief || Faith in the Dark || Hebrews 11:1-16

How do you have faith in something you can’t see? Kirk launches our Advent series Faith in the Dark, exploring faith and hope. Starting from Hebrews 11, we’ll be thinking about having faith in darkness and putting our trust in Jesus this Christmas.

Gratitude to God || Thanksgiving || Psalm 100

For our thanksgiving service, Julie talks about how we can and should be grateful to god, and be thankful for all the good things that he has done. We should focus on the Lord, and by doing that we can improve our lives.

Good Leadership || Mark 10:35-45

In this weeks sermon, Julie talks about Leadership. Jesus used leadership all the time, he was constantly leading not only his disciples but complete strangers. Julie talks about how to be a leader like Jesus, how to follow his example, and how to …

Jesus Loves Us || Good News In Action || Luke 7:36-50

In this weeks sermon, Tim has a look at Luke Chapter 7:36-50, where Jesus is having a dinner party with some pharisee’s until a woman comes in and washes Jesus’s feet with her hair. Tim talks about how in Jesus, we are known, and that he loves us no ma…

Advocate | Spirit of Truth | John 14:15-24

When our hearts are troubled, where can we go for comfort? In John 14, we see Jesus preparing his followers for a time when he will leave them, when they’ll feel alone and abandoned, frightened and anxious. Jesus tells them “do not let your hearts be t…

For Society || Back to the New Future || Matthew 4:12-17

As we finish our Back to the New Future series, Julie looks back into history, at times when God’s people faced hardship and pandemics. In Matthew 4:12-17, Jesus experienced some darkness – his friend and cousin John the baptist had been imprisoned, and would go on to be executed. The darkness we experience allows the light and glory of God to be the most evident. A dark backdrop lets light shine the brightest.