Gospel of John: Jesus’ Death and Glorification

Gospel of John:Jesus’ Death and GlorificationJohn 11:55-12:36Sam Pursell • 2nd August 2020 Jesus will be killed His death will be for his and the Father’s glory  And many will follow him Download a copy of this as a PDF from here: Gospel of John: Jesus’s Death and Glorification – John 11:55-12:36 – Sam Pursell – … Read more…

Church news for the week beginning 2nd August 2020

Bring your Bibles to church! A reminder that since communal Bibles are not available, to please bring your own Bible when you attend church. New Sermon series We will be starting a new series called ‘Growing in Prayer’ soon. To accompany this series, the bookstall will be ordering in copies of ‘Growing in Prayer‘ by Stephen Stead. Please let Val … Read more…

What to pray for?

Remember 31/12/2019? New Years Eve – a time of celebration, resolutions often broken by 12.01AM on the 1st and optimism or was it “The Day the Music Died” for those who recall that classic line. None of us imagined what 2020 held. CV19 was already in play with suggestions the first deaths in China occurred … Read more…

Church news for the week beginning 26th July 2020

Ladies’ Craft Afternoon The ladies are coming together for a fun afternoon at the church on Saturday 1st August from 2pm to 4pm. Bring along any craft or knitting that you might be working on.Afternoon tea will be provided. All distancing and sanitising and registration will be in place.Please register for the event here: https://bit.ly/3eCFQ9E. … Read more…

Gospel of John: Jesus is the resurrection and the life

Gospel of John:Jesus is the resurrection and the lifeJohn 11:1-46Sam Pursell • 26th July 2020 Sickness, suffering and glory (1-16) Jesus is the resurrection and the life (17-27) Lazarus awakes and Jesus is glorified (28-46) Download a copy of this as a PDF from here: Gospel of John: Jesus is the resurrection and the life … Read more…

Sure and Certain

These are not words we often hear in our current circumstances!  Indeed, even when our lives are ‘normal’ there are always lingering “What if….” questions. “What if I get a serious health diagnosis?” “What if I fall into some really bad sin?” “What if……….?”  We like to know, we long for certainty and predictability, but … Read more…

Church news for the week beginning 19th July 2020

Kids and youth programs start again this week! Kids’ Club and Refuge on Friday afternoon/night kick off this week after a long period of absence. Please keep these groups in your prayers. Ladies’ Craft Afternoon The ladies are coming together for a fun afternoon at the church on Saturday 1st August from 2pm to 4pm. Bring … Read more…

Gospel of John: I am the Good Shepherd

Gospel of John:I am the Good ShepherdJohn 10:1-42Sam Pursell • 19th July 2020 Jesus is the shepherd who calls (1-6) Jesus is the gate to life (7-10) Jesus is the good shepherd (11-13) Jesus is forming his flock (14-21) Download a copy of this as a PDF from here: Gospel of John: I am the … Read more…

Get Your Head into a Book

Most of us are “keeping our heads down” so to speak, during this covid crisis. So what do you do when you are “locked down”? Well St Paul sets a good example – he did some serious reading whilst in prison!  How do I know this?  Because of something he wrote to his friend Timothy. … Read more…

Church news for the week beginning 12th July 2020

A new Kyngdon Congratulations to Roger and Amanda Kyngdon (BCA Mission Partners) who welcomed Emily Helen (for both her Grandmothers) last Monday.We give thanks to God for her safe arrival. Mum and Bub are doing well. Southern Cross You can download a copy of the Southern Cross magazine by heading to this page: http://bit.ly/downloadSC. Sunday … Read more…