Please Join us this Sunday at 9:00 am as John preaches about Jonah on “When God’s word holds no appeal”.
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.
The hardest thing for us to do is let God be God. We want to be able to approve or disapprove of his plans. Join us this Sunday as we look at Romans 9 to see the sovereign plan of God, to have a people of his own.
Join us this Sunday as Stuart Atkinson opens up Philippians 2 and challenges us to be like minded people and to have the same attitude as Jesus, and humbly put the interests of others and Jesus first
If God is for us, who can be against us?Join us this Sunday as we look at Romans 8:28-39 and Neil Hunt reminds us that “If God is for us, who can be against us?”
Christians have the Spirit of God.
But what does living by the Spirit of God look like.Join us this week as we look at Romans 8 to learn about and embrace Spiritual Living.
Join us this Sunday as we probe the depths of Romans 7 to explore the idea that just as in Christ, the Christian has died to sin so that can live for God, in Christ the Christian has also died to the law, that we might belong to Christ.
When you make your marriage vows the old single you dies and you emerge to live a new live in intimate relationship with your spouse.
Join us this Sunday as we examine Romans 6 to see that when we trust in Christ, we are untied to him. Our old self is crucified with him and we are free to live a new life for God.
Jesus’ encounter with the rich young ruler.
Join us this Sunday as James Ritchie takes us through Jesus’ encounter with the rich young ruler.
The world is a mess. Turmoil is everywhere. Where can you find peace?This Sunday we look why we can rejoice in the hope we have as those who are made right with God by trusting in Jesus.
All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. As rebels who refuse to honour God as we should, we all stand under his righteous judgement. We are not able to make ourselves right with God.Join us this Sunday as we look at the solution God provided so we could become the righteousness of God.
The world is not working. There have been problems since soon after the beginning.
Join us this Sunday to find out why Humanity’s biggest problem is humans.
The Gospel is the Power of God for salvation. But what is the Gospel?Join us this Sunday as we look at Romans 1 to find out what is the Gospel of God.
Being a good member of Christ’s Church is determined by your relation to Christ & it is worked out in your relationship to your spiritual brothers & sisters in very practical ways.Join us this Sunday as we ask the question, : “How can I be a Good Member of Christ’s Church?”
Have you ever felt like leaving your church. Perhaps you find it boring, or you have been hurt or you are just burnt out.
Join us this Sunday at 9 am as we look at “How to Survive Church”.
Have you ever moved and had to find a new church?
What Criteria did you use to choose your new church?
Join us this Sunday at 9 am as we look at what the Bible says about
“What makes a Good Church”.
Join us this Easter Sunday at 9 am as we remember the resurrection and what it means for our lives now. If we have been united with him like this in his death, we will certainly also be united with him in his resurrection. (Rom. 6:5 NIV)
“Join us this Friday at 8.30am when we remember Our Lord’s suffering on the cross for our sins.
Neil Hunt will be drawing our attention to Isaiah 53 and how Christ bore our sins.”