Category: Events

Sunday, 18th November 6.30pm

Sunday, 18th November 6.30pm

Series: Going right in a culture that has gone wrong

“Thirsting for God” (Psalm 42)

Speaker: David Wall

THIS EVENING – We continue our series “Going Right in a culture that has gone wrong” and our topic is “Thirsting for God”.  In Psalm 42 we are reminded that just as the life of the deer depends upon water, so our lives depend on God. Those who seek Him and long to understand Him find never-ending life. Feeling separated from God, the psalmist wouldn’t rest until he restored his relationship with God because he knew that his very life depended on it. If we are to grow in our faith we too need to adopt the same attitude.

Sunday, 18th November 10.30am.

Sunday, 18th November 10.30am.

Series: “Who is Jesus?”

Jesus – I am (John 8:48 – 58)

Speaker: Simon Downing

This morning we return to our series, “Who is Jesus?” In John 8, the Pharisees are asking the same question. They simply couldn’t accept that Jesus was God. It is the same question that everyone has to face at some point in their lives. Some laugh at such a claim, some sneer, some ridicule but some simply believe. How you respond to this question will determine your eternal destination. You can’t sit on the fence.

Sunday, 11th November 2018 6.30pm

Sunday, 11th November 2018 6.30pm

Series: Going right in a culture that has gone wrong

“The focus of the heart” (Psalm 162)

Speaker: Clive Bennett

It was Rudyard Kipling who said, “If you can keep your head when all around are losing theirs… you’ll be a man my son”. Our Psalm this evening (Psalm 62) finds David responding to some incredible pressures and we will learn together from him that his means of overcoming was based not on keeping his head but on focussing his heart. Clive

Sunday 11th November 10.30am

Sunday 11th November 10.30am

Remembrance Sunday

Psalm 46

Speaker: Simon Downing

This morning we remember the people who gave their lives in various wars over the last 100 years. This year, Remembrance Sunday falls on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and, although none of us were alive then, we can still pay tribute to the fallen. Whether we appreciate it or not, we all owe so much to the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives for our freedom.