Author: Derek

Sunday Morning 11th August 10.30am

Sunday Morning 11th August 10.30am

Summer Mini – Series

Life Balance

Ecclesiastes 3:1-15

Speaker: Simon Downing

During August I thought we should have a break from our “Battlefield” theme of the late. The first sermon in our summer mini series is called, “Life balance.” It is important for us to have lives that are balanced out, which can only come by letting God have precedence over and above everything else. Simon.

Sunday Morning 4th August 2019 10.30AM

Sunday Morning 4th August 2019 10.30AM

Mini – Series: Future Glory

For the love of God

Romans 8:28-39

Speaker: Stuart Filby

Today we will be continuing with our two-week mini-series based on the latter section of Romans 8. Today Stuart will be preaching on verses 28 – 39. This section begins with, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him.” This is easy to read but not always easy to understand when we are faced with unexpected events such as Doreen’s sudden death. Although God works in “all things” this doesn’t mean that everything that happens to us is good. We live in a fallen world where sickness, corruption and evil abound. In this passage, Paul is reminding us that God is able to turn every circumstance around for our long-term good. This, of course, doesn’t mean we won’t experience pain and persecution here on earth but, as Christians, we know that God is with out trauma that comes our way. The passage ends by reminding us that nothing the world throws at us will be able to separate us from the love of God.

Sunday Evening July 28th 6.30pm.

Sunday Evening July 28th 6.30pm.

Series: Encouragement for our journey of faith

What happens when we fail?

Joshua 7

Speaker: Derek Robinson

This evening we will returning to our series, “Encouragement for our journey of faith”, as we look at how to handle failure. In Joshua Chapter 7, Achan’s unwillingness to admit that it was he that went against God’s instruction when he helped himself to some of the plunder, led not only to his execution but also to the death of his family. This doesn’t sound very encouraging does it? You will need to be here tonight to find out how this fits in with our theme.

Sunday 28th July 2019 10.30am.

Sunday 28th July 2019 10.30am.

Mini – Series: Future Glory

Groaning with the Spirit

Romans 8:18-27

Speaker: Clive Bennett

This morning we begin a two-week mini-series based on the second half of Romans Chapter 8. In today’s session, Clive will be reaffirming that even when we don’t know what to pray, when we are lost for words, the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express. It is very reassuring for believers to know that we are not left on our own to cope with the problems the world throws at us day after day. Just ask the Holy Spirit to intercede for you.

Sunday Evening 21st July 6.30pm

Sunday Evening 21st July 6.30pm

“Just Worship”

Leader: Simon Downing

This evening we will be trying something different as Simon leads us in to “Just Worship”. Just Worship is a chance for us, as one people, to come together and worship. We will use music, songs, videos, bible verses, as well as space and time, in order that we can glorify Jesus Christ together. Please come along, because your support will mean a great deal, and indeed will add to the evening.

Sunday Morning 21st July 10.30am

Sunday Morning 21st July 10.30am

Series: Equipped for the battlefield: principles for Christian living

Equipped IV: buried, raised and triumphant

Colossians 2:9-15

Speaker: Simon Downing

This morning we continue with our series, “Equipped for the battlefield: principles for Christian living” as we study Colossians 2:9 -15. This week Simon will be preaching on this wonderful passage of scripture that tells us that Christians our old sinful life is now dead and buried and that we have been raised in to new and triumphant life in Christ. Remembering that our old sinful life is dead and buried with Christ then that gives us a powerful motive to resist sin. Stand by for another powerful message.