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God reveals that his promised deliverer will be a descendant of David, God’s anointed. He will give his people rest in a place they cannot be disturbed and he will reign forever.

Join us this Sunday as we see that though it looks like the sin of Israel will prevent this from happening, God’s plans cannot be prevented. God promises to raise up a shoot from Jesse’s stump. God will shepherd his people with his servant David ruling over them.

When Adam & Eve obeyed the Serpent, they chose him as their ruler instead of God. Fallen humanity wants to be the captain of their own fate, but is doing so becomes slaves to sin and the serpent. God has to send a Saviour to make it possible for us to serve him as King.Approaching Christmas we need to think about whether our aspirations for Christmas align with God’s.

In Romans 16 we see the Gospel with flesh & bones.
People with diversity in race, gender and social class unified through the Gospel and serving Christ together.Join us this Sunday as we consider what it means to be right with God – together.

The inclusion of the Gentiles was Promised to the Patriarchs; Prophesied in the Prophets; Made possible by Christ; Started by the Apostles; To be Fulfilled by the Church.
Join us this Sunday as we look at the purposes of God to include the Gentiles in his plan for a new creation and how we fulfill our part in his plan.

Christians are called to grow into maturity in Christ, but none of us are there yet.
There are weak & strong Christians and a lot in between. What is a weak Christian? What is a Strong Christian? How are they to relate to one another?
Join us this Sunday as we look at Romans 14 and ask, “Am I the Weaker Brother?”.

When giving thanks, it is easy for us to focus upon the blessings we receive in this world . It is right that we should be grateful for these things. However, anything we receive in this world cannot be compared with the spiritual blessings we receive in Christ. Only as we focus on them will we be able to persevere and live the life God calls us to.
Join us this Sunday as we look at “Thankful for What?”

“We are asked to be subject to those who rule over us. This is not an isolated command. The whole of the Christian life is one of submission to authority. Yet we rebel at the very sound of the word submit, especially when it is applied to other human beings. Only when we have a very big God will we be able to submit to him as he directs us and submit to other”Please Join us this Sunday at 9:00 am as Phil talks about “How Big is Your God?”.

Knowing Christ transforms religion and transforms worship because it transforms our humanity.Our worship is to offer our whole lives as holy to the Lord. This can only happen as we renew our minds and grow into the image of Christ rather than allow this age to mold us to its values.

This week we look at Romans 11 to explore the purposes and the plan of God.
“Who has known the mind of the Lord? Or who has been his counsellor?” “Who has ever given to God, that God should repay him?” For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be the glory for ever! Amen. (Rom. 11:34-36 NIV)

This Sunday we will explore Romans 9:30 to 10:21 and see why it was so hard for the Jews to receive the Gospel.God’s promises have not failed. Receiving the righteousness from God is simple but it is not always easy.