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May 2020
17
2020: Revelation - Names of Jesus
Sunday, 17 May 2020

Revelation 3.14-22 ‘The Amen’

Jesus is ‘the Amen’ – he is God’s ‘Yes’ to you. God looks at us and says, ‘Yes!’

May 2020
10
2020: Revelation - Names of Jesus
Sunday, 10 May 2020

Revelation 1.12-19 ‘The Living One’

To John, prostrate on the floor as though dead, Jesus says, ‘Do not be afraid: I am the Living One.’

May 2020
3
2020: Revelation - Names of Jesus
Sunday, 03 May 2020

Revelation 1.9-17 ‘The First and the Last’

Jesus is never late – he is the first – and he never leaves early - he is the last – he is with us always, and no matter what.

Apr 2020
26
Sunday, 26 April 2020

Acts 2.36-41 ‘Realise - Respond - Receive’

Do you know how to breathe?

Apr 2020
12
2020: Ephesians - That Was Then, This Is Now
Sunday, 12 April 2020

Ephesians 6.21-24 ‘Undying (love)’

If Easter means anything – and it means everything – it is this: Jesus wins.

Apr 2020
5
2020: Ephesians - That Was Then, This Is Now
Sunday, 05 April 2020

Ephesians 6.10-20 ‘Protected’

Only together, and only in the Lord are we strong – strong with a strength that nothing can overcome.

Mar 2020
22
2020: Ephesians - That Was Then, This Is Now
Sunday, 22 March 2020

Ephesians 5.3-20 ‘Enlightened’

As God’s family, let us turn towards the light of Jesus, let us shine with his light, and let us share that light with others.

Mar 2020
15
2020: Ephesians - That Was Then, This Is Now
Sunday, 15 March 2020

Ephesians 4.17 – 5.2 ‘Made New’

Let’s together make a conscious decision to put on the new self, the new life God has won for us, and given us freely in Jesus.

Mar 2020
8
2020: Ephesians - That Was Then, This Is Now
Sunday, 08 March 2020

Ephesians 4.1-16 ‘Equipped’

God has given this church family every gift we need to be faithful to what he is calling us to be and to do, together.

Feb 2020
16
2020: Ephesians - That Was Then, This Is Now
Sunday, 16 February 2020

Ephesians 2.11-22 ‘Reconciled’

More than forgiveness - Jesus died so we might be reconciled, to one another, and together to God.