This evening’s message, from Luke 18 v. 9-14, looks at what it takes to be justified before God.
This morning’s message, from Luke 18 v. 1-8, encourages us to pray with persistence.
This evening, our studies in Mark’s Gospel bring us to Mark 6 v. 14-29. As we look at the account of John the Baptist’s death, we see the folly of Herod and the faithfulness of John, as he calls upon even kings to repent.
In this message, the first of a 3-part mini-series from 1 Thessalonians 4 and 5, we look at the kind of life that pleases God; one not characterized by immorality and lust, but by brotherly love and diligence.
This morning’s message reflects our focus on ‘Home for Good’, the campaign marked by Adoption Sunday. From Ephesians 1 v. 1-14, we see the blessings that are ours, as those who God has adopted into His family.
This evening’s message, from 2 Kings 5, looks at the healing of Naaman, and the lessons we can learn from it.
Our series in Isaiah brings us to chapter 59, with the wonderful promise: “The Redeemer will come to Zion”
This morning’s message is from Isaiah chapter 58 , verses 1-14. Please excuse audio quality, as service was held in church hall
The last of our ‘Questions Jesus asked’ series takes us to John 21, and his encounter with Peter on the shore.
This message, from 2 Corinthians 5 v. 1-10, explores the glorious hope of life eternal, that is promised to all whose faith and trust for salvation is in Christ alone.