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Jesus demands that he takes priority over every attachment we have to either people or things. The cost of following Jesus is great but the rewards are greater. Join us this Sunday as we think about the what we would sacrifice for Jesus and the sake of the gospel.

In a debate in which there is more heat than light we do well to listen to the words of the Apostle Peter. But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect, 16 keeping a clear conscience, so that those who speak maliciously against your good behaviour in Christ may be ashamed of their slander. (1 Pet. 3:15 NIV) Join us this Sunday at how we might respond as Christians to the Israel Folau debate.

Free to live Wisely.Join us for our last in this series on Galatians as we consider what it means to , walk by the Spirit, be led by the Spirit, sow to the Spirit and to keep in step with the Spirit.

Why are you cast down, O my soul, and why are you in turmoil within me? Hope in God; for I shall again praise him, my salvation (Ps. 42:5 ESV)
Join us this Sunday as John Evans takes us through “Getting Back Up When You’re Down”.

Join us this Sunday as we welcome our brothers & sisters from the Companion Congregation.
Together we will learn from Galatians 5 how we are to exercise our freedom in Christ.

Jesus did not come just to save us from sin.
Join us this Sunday as we celebrate the fact that Jesus redeemed us so that we could be sons of God and know God as Father.

The blessing of Abraham came through a promise – is only available through faith. The Law could not give life and does not cancel the promise.
Join us this Sunday as we examine what it means that in Christ Jesus we are all sons of God, through faith. (Gal. 3:26 ESV)

Christ has set us free from trying to justify ourselves by what we do by giving us the opportunity to be justified by faith in him.


Join us this Sunday at 9.30 am as we will look at how he has done this and what it means.

We have been set free from the Law to live for Christ. We cannot get right with God through what we do. We can only get right with God through what Christ has done.
Join us this week as we explore the great Christian doctrine of Justification by grace through faith alone.

Paul discovered God’s grace when he was called by the risen Christ to serve him as an Apostle.
Join us this Sunday as we look at how the Gospel frees us from striving to please God by what we do and learn to rest in his grace.

What is the Gospel? The Gospel plus anything equals nothing.Join us this Sunday as Peter Yock starts us on a journey through Paul’s letter to the Galatian Churches.

The Gospel defines the relationships we are to endeavour to have with outsiders. The Gospel defines the relations we are to have with insiders. When we hear the Gospel and live it out, it will lead to working together to share the Gospel.
Join us this Sunday as we look at “Strong Relationships grounded in Christ”.

Most Christians have no trouble with Paul’s exhortation concerning how we relate to one another in the church and as a church.
Why do we many have problems accepting his exhortations for how we relate in the family as a family.
Join us this Sunday as we look at what Paul says about family relationships in Colossians 3 & 4.

How can a Christian go forward avoiding being led astray by the many voices in the world and the church?
Join us this Sunday as we look at being grounded in Christ, avoiding error.

Paul encouraged the Colossians that they had received the true gospel from Epaphras as seen in its bearing fruit in their lives. They could be sure they had been transferred from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of God’s beloved Son in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins. (Col. 1:14 ESV)
Join us this Sunday as we look at how being grounded in the Gospel and bearing fruit go together.

Where does disciple making happen? Is it reserved for an exclusive few in exclusive ways?

Sequence of a plant growing in dirt, profiled against a white background.

Join us this Sunday as we look at what is the sphere in which disciples are made.