Dayo uses the story of Mary and Martha, encouraging us as a Church to sit at Jesus’ feet and learn from him.
Jason calls us to persistent prayer, using Jesus’ parable about the persistent widow to challenge us.
Angels appear in glory to the Shepherds at Jesus’ birth and sing to them of the peace which Jesus brings to those whom God wills.
After 9 months of silence, Zechariah’s tongue is loosened at the birth of his son, John the Baptist. But Zecharaiah’s words focus on another baby to be born, the Messiah, the Saviour, the Sunrise, Jesus Christ.
We begin our Songs of Advent Christmas Sermon series by looking at Mary’s Magnificat in Luke 1, as we seek also to magnify the LORD and be humbled by his glory.
Our Easter Sunday sermon message focused on Jesus’ words in Luke 24:46-47, on the death and resurrection of Jesus and the message of repentance and forgiveness that accompanies the Easter events.
On our one year anniversary as a Church, a year of immense challenge, but also great joy and celebration, we observe the sorrow and joy of Jesus. He was a man of sorrows, well-acquainted with grief, but also a man of deep joy, the most joyful man who ever lived.
A thematic sermon on the moments in the Gospels where Jesus feels the emotion of compassion or pity. Let’s worship Christ for the depth of his compassion towards us and challenge ourselves to follow his example.
At our Christmas Carol service, we focused on Luke 2:11, the good news of great joy that the Angels proclaim to the shepherds. The newborn baby is the Saviour, is the Christ and is the Lord.
Mary seeks encouragement from Elizabeth. When she receives it, she erupts in praise to God who has exalted her from her humble position. Mary knows all generations will call her blessed. God is a generational God and we hope and pray the planting of Christ Church Fareham will impact many generations with the Gospel of...