This is where you can listen to our latest teaching series from our Sunday services or catch up on messages you might have missed from a previous series.
In 'Songs for the climb' we will be looking at the Psalms of Ascent - the songs that the Jewish pilgrims would sing as they climbed the road up to Jerusalem to worship God together. They teach us how to prepare for our worship of God each week and will alos help us as we journey with God as we climb out of the pandemic.
Jesus was born as Immanuel - 'God with us!' This Christmas we want to demonstrate how God's hope, love, joy and peace is still with us - as personified in Immanuel Himself - and can make a lasting impact on all our lives
A series of studies of life of the prophet Elijah. He is mentioned more times in the New Testament than any other Old Testament prophets. James says he is a man like ourselves, so we can learn from him. (James 5:17)
During these challenging times, we are surrounded by fear and we are not immune to it. We need to remember that where fear reigns, faith is driven away. But where faith reigns, fear has no place.
Our church verse for 2020 is Micah 6:8: 'Do what is fair and just to your neighbour, be compassionate and loyal in your love, and don't take yourself too seriously - take God seriously' (from Message translation). How does this instruction from God apply to us
in these unprecedented times?
This series is about 'How should we worship God?' It teaches and what God wants, so that whether we worship in our homes or together, our worship is acceptable to Him.
This series entitled 'God is...' allows us to be completely open to what the Holy Spirit wants to say specifically to us from God's word today.
Hard times inevitably come, how can we be prepared to handle them? The prophet Habakkuk called for a turning to God in faith in the midst of crumbling circumstances, that no matter how dark things might become, God would be faithful to the covenant He made to His people.
We're posting a series of short video clips over the 10 days leading up to Pentecost. They coordinate with the daily theme of 'Thy Kingdom Come'