Join us this Sunday as Neil Hunt takes us through our commitment to follow Christ and how it can be uncomfortable.
Since through Christ we have confidence to enter God’s presence, let’s commit to drawing near to him, commit to our public confession of Him, and commit to each other, as we wait for Christ’s return.
Christians do not have to create unity. God gives us unity in the Spirit which we have to maintain by the bond of peace.Join us this Sunday as we explore what unity in the Spirit means and how sometimes maintaining it can make us uncomfortable.
It is easy for us to think that worship is the feeling we get, or the experience we have, when we gather as God’s people and sing his praises.
But worship is our whole of life total response to God’s self revelation in Christ. We have to worship the way he say not the way we think.
There should be something about worship that makes us feel uncomfortable.
Join us this Sunday as we think about these things.
We have all met people at church that make us feel uncomfortable. God tells us we are a family and that we have to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.
Join is this Sunday as we look at how the Bible tells us to cope with these uncomfortable people.
God is a sending God.
As the Father sent Jesus, so he sends us.
Join us this week as we look at the uncomfortable Mission on which we have been sent.
The Christian Faith has uncomfortable truths like the existence of a God to whom we are accountable, the exclusivity of Christ, God’s demand for moral purity, the wrath of God and hell.
Join us this week as we look at how to respond to these uncomfortable Truths.
The God who saves us becomes the God
who is with us and this changes everything!
Join us this Sunday as we focus on God with us.
Don’t forget. Christmas Day Service 8.30am
He who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do; for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.” (1 Pet. 1:15-16 NIV)
What is Holiness?
Why do we find it uncomfortable to be holy?
Please Join us this Sunday as we consider these things.
This Sunday we are celebrating our Children’s Ministry. Our children will be taking part in the service in various ways. We will be looking at why we come to church and why we talk so much about Jesus as we follow the development of God’s Big Plan.
We are having a combined service at 9am. Please join us.
We all like to be comfortable. But, if we are to follow Christ, he commands us to deny ourselves, pick up our cross and follow him.
He calls us to be uncomfortable.
Only the Gospel can make us comfortable within our discomfort.
Join us this Sunday and following Sundays as we look at “Uncomfortable Christianity”
Coorparoo Presbyterian and City South Baptist are joining together to celebrate this Christmas.
Join us for Carols Sunday evening 17th December 6pm.
Supper to follow.
Paul says that Christ dying for our sins according to the Scriptures, was of first importance. (1 Corinthians 15:3)
It stands at the centre of the Gospel.
Please join us this Sunday, as we look at how Matthew also demonstrates these truths in his account of our Lord’s suffering and death.
Join us this Sunday as we look at how Matthew 25 tells us to make sure we are Ready, Faithful & Fruitful.
Join us this Sunday as we look at Christ’s warnings so we will be ready for his coming.
You will hear of wars and rumours of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. 7 Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places. 8 All these are the beginning of birth-pains. Matthew 24:6-8
Many will turn away from the faith. There will be false teachers and false Christs. We will be handed over to be persecuted and put to death. The love of many will grow cold.
but he who stands firm to the end will be saved. Matthew 24:13
Are you ready?
In Matthew 23, Jesus condemns the Teachers of the Law and the Pharisees because their lives did not reflect their words.
Join us this week as Pier brings out the Gospel hope and also the warning for us to ensure we do not live two faced lives.
Join us this Sunday as we continue to look at the Gospel of Matthew.
In Chapter 22, the Jewish leaders again challenge Jesus.
In answering their questions, he defines the Christian’s relationship to the State, and gives us a glimpse of life in heaven.
He demonstrates that he is the true King of the Jews.
This week we look at the question of the ages.
How do I get eternal life?
Or can I be good enough for God?
Join us as we look at Jesus’ answer to the rich young man in Matthew 19.
This Sunday we are looking at Matthew 19:1-15.
Join us to see what Jesus has to say about marriage, divorce, singleness and the Kingdom of God.
Join us this Sunday and Pier talks to us about our being a “Forgiven Community” and what that means for us personally and as a church.
Therefore, whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 18:4
Join us this Sunday as we look at what it means to be great in the Kingdom of God.