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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.

Is it only Evangelists, Pastors and Teachers that are involved in making disciples?

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

Join us this Sunday as we look at “Who Makes Disciples?

We have been commanded to go and make disciples teaching them to obey everything Jesus commanded.
However, should command be our only reason and motivation for making disciples.

Join us the Sunday at 9.30 when we look at Why we should make disciples.

What difference does it make to the life and salvation of the believer that God is Triune?
Join us this Sunday at 9.30am as we look at, “What is the relevance of the Trinity to the daily life of the believer?”

Does the fact that God is a Triune God make any difference to our salvation.
Join us this Sunday when we will consider What we are saved from, What we are saved for and the role of each member of the Trinity in our salvation.

God is love, but If God is a singularity, how could he be love in eternity? There would be no one to love.
Join us this Sunday to see why salvation lies in our knowing God as Father through the Son by the Spirit. Only a triune God can love and only a triune God can offer a Christian salvation.

Elizabeth saw the birth of her son as the Lord taking away her disgrace among the people. He certainly did that but the Lord’s plan was to do much more. He was going to take away the reproach of his people.


Join us this Sunday. “Only 6 months to Christmas”

How the prophesies of the Old Testament fit into the plans and purposes of God can only be understood when they are read in the light of the Cross with the illumination of the Spirit.
Join us this Sunday as we look at the expectations the Jews had about the coming of their Messiah and consider our own expectations for his coming.

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?”.