Sermons

Mountaintop Glory | Matthew 17:1-13

Duncan continues our sermon series in the Gospel of Matthew, as we read the story of Jesus revealing his heavenly glory to three of his disciples in the Transfiguration.

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Who Do You Say Jesus Is? | Matthew 16:13-28

What will happen in 2022?  And what will you do?  These questions, though important are far less important than the question Jesus asks his disciples in Matthew 16 – “Who do you say I am?”  This passage reveals that Jesus is King, God, Saviour and Leader.

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Miraculous Births: John the Baptist | Luke 1:5-25

The final miraculous birth leading up to Christmas and Jesus’ birth is the birth of John the Baptist, who prepares the way of the Lord. His mission was to turn people back to God so they might receive Jesus when he came after him.

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Miraculous Births: Samson | Judges 13

As we begin our Advent sermon series, how does the birth of Samson pattern Jesus’ birth in the New Testament and who is the angel of the LORD? Judges 13 gives us fresh faith in Jesus as Saviour and Messiah and calls us to believe in God for fresh stirrings of the Holy Spirit in...

A Vision for the Church
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A Vision for the Church

John Hosier is our guest preacher and he teaches us what the Church is and encourages us to have great expectations when we gather together on a Sunday. This is wonderful Biblical teaching filled with healthy exhortation to come gather with God’s people.

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We are the Church: Evangelism

As the Church, we want to be people who share the good news of Jesus Christ with others, following the Great Commission that Jesus gave to us. We apologise as the video recording did not work this Sunday, but the audio recording was unaffected.

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We are the Church: Family

We believe that the Church is the family of God and we long to love one another like a good family. We celebrate children and look to raise them faithfully whether we are biological parents or spiritual parents.

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We are the Church: Praying Church

We are the Church and we want to be a praying Church. How does the whole Bible reveal God’s mercy and love inviting us into a real relationship with Him.