Starting Sunday Feb 15th and until Psalm Sunday we will be looking the first three chapters of Hebrews. Here is the break down and sermon titles. ‘Supreme’ is a person not a pizza. Hebrews 1:1-4 Jesus: A superior Word (Feb 15th) Hebrews 1:5-14 Jesus: Superior to Angels (Feb 22th) Hebrews 2:1-4 Warning: Pay attention to […]
Lord of My Heart—Psalms series 2015 We will begin the New Year with a five week series from the Psalms. The beauty of the Psalms is that they express so clearly and without pretence the feelings and emotions that we all experience in life. This expression of emotion is so vast it even includes those […]
The season of Advent is a time of waiting, a time of urgent anticipation, a time of watching for the fulfilment of what has been promised. Jesus will return! Are we ready? Week 1 (Nov 30). The Coming LORD (Nahum 1:1-8 & Mark 13:24-37) Main point: God is a promise-keeping God Week 2 (Dec 7). […]
Mostly life does not conform to the straightforward plan that we map out for ourselves! Adversity and heartaches often strike in many different ways on many different fronts. Often these experiences rob us of peace of mind and indicate that trusting God is actually worked out in all areas of life—without boundaries! The goal then […]
From the first Sunday in September to the first week in November we will look at a group of parables that Jesus told about the ‘kingdom of heaven’ in Matthew 18-22. This series will take a three week hiatus to consider the Old Testament book of Haggai. The dates and topics are listed below. Also […]
Our Christian identity is caught up in the question: “What is the church?” Over a series of weeks will we be examining this question. The series begins with setting the foundation from which God’s people (‘the church’) will be formed: God’s perfection (aka God’s holiness). As the series progresses incredible statements are made about God’s […]
From this Sunday (May 4th) we are beginning a series that will take us to Ascension Sunday and then Pentecost. In these weeks we are looking at what Jesus’ first disciples were saying about him in the light of his death and resurrection. While we are familiar with the story of Jesus’ resurrection, it came […]
During this week our talks will follow the gospel of Matthew. On the second Sunday of Easter, our sermon will be from John’s account of Jesus appearing to the disciples. Here is the list: April 13 (Palm Sunday)–Matthew 21:1-17; April 18 (Good Friday)–Matthew 27:27-50; April 20 (Resurrection Sunday)–Matthew 27:62-28:15; and April 27–John 20:19-31.
Over next five weeks our sermon series has been based on Bishop Tim’s lenten studies. The passages are: Matthew 1–Drawn into the family of Jesus; Matthew 4:12-5:16–Light within darkness; Matthew 5:43-6:15–Christian counter-culture; Matthew 11:25-12:21–A community leader unlike any other; and Matthew 20:17-34–Community, kingdom and the cup of Christ. The studies can be found here.
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