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Elders Letters
Bureaucratic Bubbles
Confidence in Christ
16th Jun 2017

With the uncertainty of the recent General Election, Soroush encourages us to be uncompromising in our confidence in Christ and the Gospel message.

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
Elders Letters
A season of celebration
A joyful legacy
7th Apr 2017

We're sure you’ll be aware that in this last week, Don and Lisa Smith from Centreville, Michigan, USA have been with us. They have been such a blessing to us as a church and as they now move on to serve Hope Church Bedlington at their weekend away in the Lake District, we asked them to write a brief reflection of their time at Jubilee.

Don Smith
My Identity
Who am I that you would love me?
5th Apr 2017

Our new sermon series is called 'In Christ - Who am I'. As we began this, Sue Kearney shared a poem that she had written and shared on a Sunday morning. We thought it would be great to put on the blog just in case anyone missed it.

Sue Kearney
Elders Letters
Who do you think you are?
It's about identity
9th Mar 2017

Knowing we are in Christ will lead us to think and live differently too. Paul says in Colossians 3:1, ‘Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God’.

Simon Rogalski
Elders Letters
Searching for a Home
Made for a different World
6th Feb 2017

C.S. Lewis wrote 'If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most possible explanation is that we were made for another world'.

Gavin Rodgers
Candy Canes and Christmas
A gift for late night shoppers
11th Jan 2017

Find out how what happened when Jubilee gave out Candy Canes to Late Night Shoppers just before Christmas.

Vicky Stuart
Elders Letters
A New Year
But the King is still on the throne
11th Jan 2017

Read as Soroush proclaim's the risen King for each day of 2017.

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
Elders Letters
Merry Christmas
What it's all really about
10th Dec 2016

In the lead up to Christmas, Raj reminds us of the value of scripture as we remember the birth of Jesus.

Raj Saha
Shoe Box Appeal
Open Door North East
8th Dec 2016

Open Door are giving out gifts this Christmas, to those who are in need.

Simon Rogalski
A Christmas Gift
Why Candy Canes?
4th Dec 2016

What do Candy Canes have to do with Christmas and the birth of Jesus? Read about this free gift given out across Teesside this Christmas time.

Simon Rogalski
Elders Letters
Shaped through Friendship
Caught up in God's Purposes
9th Nov 2016

How are we influenced by the company that we keep? Simon talks about the shaping influence of friendships, and how a personal and dynamic friendship with Jesus, can catch us up in his mission and purpose.

Simon Rogalski
Launching a 'Beta' Website
Please help.
13th Oct 2016

We're very excited to annount the Beta launch of our new website. Matthew explains what that means, and how you can help in this article.

Matthew Maude
Elders Letters
Looking for Watermelons
A sign from God
12th Oct 2016

'What’s our heart response to situations in different seasons of life?' As Summer makes way for Autumn read Soroush's intro to this month's Journey.

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
Gift Day 2016
Joyful Giving
11th Oct 2016

It's that exciting time again, where we respond joyfully to Jesus' goodness in our lives through our Gift Day. As we approach this gift day there are 5 areas we’re particularly in faith for.

Simon Rogalski
Newday 2016
A story of God's Faithfulness
9th Sep 2016

Gavin & Hayley share the amazing story of our Young People encountering God in fun, fresh and exciting ways this Summer at NewDay. Read their review and be filled with encouragement and faith for what God is doing.

Gavin Rodgers, Hayley Rodgers
Elders Letters
The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on us?
Keeping site of the One Thing
9th Sep 2016

Sometimes,’ said [Winnie the] Pooh, ‘the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.

'We must keep the One Thing the One Thing! Dwelling, seeking and gazing upon the greatness and sovereignty of God.’ 

Read Raj’s intro to this month’s Journey.

Raj Saha