‘The church is never a place to show off. Do your good deeds quietly. Serve; don’t seek to be seen’ (Max Lucado). Social media encourages us to share many aspects of our lives, including our success and good deeds. We need wisdom to navigate these times wisely. Join us as we consider Jesus’ teaching in […]
‘Jesus is the hope of the world and the local church is the vehicle of expressing that hope to the world’ (Andy Stanley). This means the Church has a central role in God’s purposes on earth. Join us as we continue our journey through the Sermon on the Mount and discover more about how God wants […]
‘Grief is the price we pay for love’ (Queen Elizabeth II). Grief is something that we all will have to go through, whether through loss of someone or something. So learning how to grieve is so important especially where common culture tends to dictate grief is something processed privately.
In most jobs your pay relates to the time you put in combined with the amount of responsibility you carry. Is this how things work with God? If we put in more time and take more responsibility will we receive a greater reward? Join us this Sunday as we look at the Parable of the […]
Can £10 change the world? Ask John Kirby, the founder of Christians Against Poverty, who began this ministry nearly 25 years ago with just £10. Since then, the work of CAP has grown in the UK and in a number of other nations. This Sunday we will be focusing on our CAP ministries (the Job […]
‘Amazing Grace – how sweet the sound – that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now am found; was blind but now I see.’ This was John Newton’s experience of what God had done in his life. Join us this Sunday as AJ shares how he experienced God’s amazing grace in […]
‘Prophecy is essentially a revelation, not in the sense of being equal to Scripture, but in the sense that a particular truth is laid upon the mind of a believer by the Holy Spirit in order that he or she may communicate it to the members of the church’ Dr. Martyn Lloyd Jones. God wants […]