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Oct 2021
10
2021: 1 Corinthians - Seeing the Son
Sunday, 10 October 2021

1 Corinthians 3.1-23 ‘Building carefully’

God has given us everything, all we need in Jesus so let’s – together – build carefully and one day share in the joy of our true master builder.

Jan 2021
17
2021: Daniel - Faithful in Exile
Sunday, 17 January 2021

Daniel 1.1-21 ‘Stand up!’

Daniel had the courage to stand up, to hold on to who he was in God. How can we, how can you do the same?

Jan 2021
3
Sunday, 03 January 2021

Matthew 2.1-12 ‘Knowing is not enough’

May Jesus be our One Thing this year, and every year.

Dec 2020
6
Sunday, 06 December 2020

Luke 1.26-38 ‘Preparation’

God doesn’t want an impressive appearance, power, or prestige – he wants something far more important: a humble, obedient, and willing heart.

Nov 2020
29
2020: Treasure
Sunday, 29 November 2020

2 Corinthians 9.6-15 ‘Treasuring generosity’

When we see how great, how indescribable is the gift of God to us in Jesus – how can we hold anything back?

Nov 2020
15
2020: Treasure
Sunday, 15 November 2020

Matthew 6.19-21 ‘Where’s your treasure?’

Treasure Leads. So where’s your treasure leading you?

Aug 2020
30
2020: Build, build, build
Sunday, 30 August 2020

1 Corinthians 3.5-15 ‘We build with God’

God is the Builder. We are his building. But by his grace he calls us to join in, to build with him.

Jul 2019
14
2019: The Life You've Always Wanted
Sunday, 14 July 2019

Romans 7.14-20 ‘An Undivided Life’

The Bible is the one book we need - the one book through which God cleanses us, and trains us to do what is good.

Jun 2019
23
2019: The Life You've Always Wanted
Sunday, 23 June 2019

Psalm 51.1-18 ‘Life Beyond Regret’

God wants us daily to come to him in repentance, to receive his forgiveness. This is the gospel, this is his plan for your life.

May 2019
19
2019: The Life You've Always Wanted
Sunday, 19 May 2019

Nehemiah 8.5-12 ‘A Joyful Life’

Joy is not found by seeking after things we don’t have, but deliberately choosing to enjoy and be satisfied with what God has given us, celebrating what we love, with one another, today and every day.