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What Type of Church Are We Called To Be? – Pt 1 of 8

1st April 2018 | David Bareham

David starts a new eight part series today and as it is Easter Sunday, there is no better title than what we for Part One – that we are “A Resurrection Church”

He reads from Corinthians 15 :1-11 and reminds us that it is an historical fact that Jesus lived and died. That cannot be denied and that is the main thrust of David’s message today. He gives us four main points to consider – (1) God is faithful – (2) God is powerful – (3) We need a saviour – (4) Who can I tell?

In Deb’s message last week we heard of the prophecies that had to be fulfilled so that Jesus may die. In David’s message we hear the same. Prophecies had to be fulfilled so that He may live. We can have joy in our hearts because….”Jesus is Alive!”


Palm Sunday 2018

25th March 2018 | Deborah Hendrey

As we prepare for the mixture of sadness and joy that next week is going to bring, Deb looks at the events and the prophecies that had to be fulfilled in the time before Jesus’ crucifixion.
She gives us three readings from John and then breaks each one down to help us understand more clearly why these events HAD to take place. From early on in His teaching ministry, Jesus was seen as a threat and that is why we see the plot the Pharisees had to kill Him.

Jesus paid the ultimate price…..so that we might be saved. What is even more amazing is that He knew that this was God’s plan for Him!

Deb finishes with three main points that come out of this message….three things that we can do for Him!


Relational Mission Sunday – Stef Liston

18th March 2018 | Stef Liston

Today is one of our Relational Mission Sundays where we get to hear about the work of the RM Churches that come under the New Frontiers banner and after a short introduction from David, we hear a passionate message from our guest speaker, Stef Liston. He tells us a little about himself , his family and his journey to where he is now and then gives a brief summary of the book of Acts and how Jesus had tasked the apostles to teach the people about Him.

Stef reads from Luke 18:1-8 and his message consists of three main points:- (1) We Must Pray, (2) We Must Have Faith and Mobility, (3) We Must Be Generous. We then look at how we can apply these examples into our lives.

You can also watch on YouTube HERE


God said “Go” – Jonah – Part Five

4th March 2018 | David Bareham

Today we listen to the fifth and final part of our mini series looking at Jonah which is entitled “The Breadth of God’s Love”. David reads Jonah 4 and then dissects the chapter and Jonah’s heart felt prayer, verse by verse to see why he may have been so angry. His words had just saved the entire city of Nineveh, but still…..he was not happy! Also in this reading, we see what God’s attitude toward Jonah was, because he (Jonah) had been judging the people of Nineveh.

David closes by reminding us of God’s great love but also that He will cast down judgement on those that sin!



25th February 2018 | Tolu Falase

Before reading from Jonah Chapter 3, Tolu gives us a quick recap of where we are so far and then we get into today’s messages entitled “The Power of God’s Word” – God had given Jonah the instruction to go to Nineveh so that the city could be saved. Tolu gives us a description of what that city was like and we can see the reason why Jonah may not have wanted to go! It wasn’t a very nice place and was full of sin. Tolu asks “What is our attitude to sin?” He says that if we had to pay the price of sin straight away, would our attitude be different?

God told Jonah that Nineveh would be destroyed in 40 days and he was to go and tell the people. But as we see, Jonah’s message was so powerful, that the people turned from their sinful ways straight away! From that point onward, they believed in God.


Sheep Fishing – Everyone a Witness

18th February 2018 | David Bareham

Continuing with our monthly look at the Sheep Fishing series, David brings us a taster of the “411 Training” and looks at the subject of “Who do I share my faith with?” He reads from Luke 10:1-11 and the brings us two main points to consider.

David tells us that each one of us is appointed, but Jesus sent His followers out in pairs. This was to allow them to support each other. We all know someone that isn’t a follower of Jesus and the first thing we can do is to start praying for them.

Jesus says we will be sent out like sheep among wolves. That may seem scary to us, but here in the UK, we have a lot of freedom. In other countries around the world, it is a different story, but Jesus’ followers aren’t put off from speaking to non-believers.

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