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The Fruit of the Spirit
Love
Jesus, Lover Of My Soul
Galatians 5: 16-26
29th Mar 2020

It's no surprise that love is the first kind of fruit mentioned in the Apostle Paul's list. The relationship between God and his people is defined by love. God's amazing love for us, from which our love for him and our love for others springs from. The video mentioned by Raj at the end of this talk can be watched here.

 

Raj Saha
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Sunday Celebration
29th March 2020
Galatians 5: 22-26
29th Mar 2020

Join us for our online Sunday Celebration!

Jubilee Church Teesside
The Fruit of the Spirit
The Fruit Of The Spirit
Drawing Closer To God
Galatians 5: 16-26
22nd Mar 2020

As we move to doing church slightly differently over the coming weeks, Gavin introduces our new Sermon Series on the book of Galatians. During the difficulties that we are facing at the moment we are seeing many different responses from people around the world What should our response be as Christians? How do we shine our lights during this time? Most Christians will have some awareness about this passage but what exactly did Paul mean when he talked about the fruit of the Spirit? How does this develop? What is the alternative to a life that produces this fruit?

 

Gavin Rodgers
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Sunday Celebration
22nd March 2020
Galatians 5: 22-26
22nd Mar 2020

Get out of bed, put the kettle on and join us for our online Sunday Celebration!

Coronavirus Guidance
Keeping you up to date
18th Mar 2020

We're closely monitoring the Coronavirus situation in the UK and are taking appropriate actions to ensure we keep everyone as safe as possible.

You're Welcome
Join The Revolution
Feeding The Five Thousand
Mark 6: 30-44
15th Mar 2020

Far from a 'warm and cosy' picnic, Jesus' miraculous feeding of 5,000 is a vision of what his unexpected kingdom looks like. Raj continues our series on our second value 'We Welcome' and shows that Jesus is welcoming us all into his revolution!

Raj Saha
35
You're Welcome
Jesus Welcomes Zacchaeus
Looking Outside The Crowd
Luke 19: 1-10
8th Mar 2020

There are people in our communities who, just like Zacchaeus, are on the edge and unable to make their way through the crowd to Jesus. How do we welcome people like this into community and ultimately into encountering the power that comes from the life-changing welcome that Jesus offers?

 

Simon Rogalski
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Elders Letters
Jesus Christ, Superstar
Who is this man?
4th Mar 2020

In an age of Love Island, The Voice, The Greatest Dancer, The X Factor and Strictly, everyone wants to be famous. Everyone wants to be known. Everyone wants stardom. Nonetheless, Jesus pips them all. He is the most famous and influential person in all of history.

Raj Saha
You're Welcome
You're Welcome
You Can Be Born Again
John 3: 1-17
1st Mar 2020

'Born again' is a phrase that can mean different things in our culture. However, to Jesus it meant a spiritual birthing in our lives that is from God and that changes us forever. Raj explores the impact of Jesus' teaching on how we welcome people and the role of God the Holy Spirit in our lives.

 

Raj Saha
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You're Welcome
The Lost
Reaching Out To Those Around Us
Luke 15
23rd Feb 2020

As we continue our series looking at what it means to be a welcoming church we come to one of the more well-known passages in the bible where Jesus tells three stories about things being lost: a lost sheep, a lost coin, a lost son. In each of these stories we see different examples of God searching for and welcoming the lost. How will this change our view on those around us?

Gavin Rodgers
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You're Welcome
The Hurting and Sick
Broken Made Whole
Matthew 9: 18 - 38
16th Feb 2020

When we suffer, experience pain or live with an illness, there can be times when it feels as is if God doesn't care for us. However, we see that Jesus welcomes people in the midst of their suffering and sickness.

 

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
35
You're Welcome
Jesus Welcomes Us
Come and Find Rest
Matthew 11: 25-30
9th Feb 2020

Simon kicks off our new series, looking at our second value, 'We Welcome'. Before we consider how we can welcome those around us, we need to know that Jesus welcomes us. This is the place from which we can be channels of God's love and welcome to others.

 

Simon Rogalski
36
Elders Letters
Transforming Love
From refugee to church planter
5th Feb 2020

It sounds too good to be true, but this has happened throughout history since the first church in Jerusalem was persecuted. Those scattered believers planted new churches in the places where they settled.

Simon Rogalski
Rejoice
Rejoice in Giving
Characteristics of a Good Steward
Philippians 4:10-20
2nd Feb 2020

Jesus talked regularly about money and possessions. Paul talked about them too yet we can sometimes be embarrassed. In our final talk on Philippians, Raj shows us how rejoicing in God will affect the whole of our lives, including our wallets and our stuff.

 

 

Raj Saha
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Elders Letters
Welcoming the Sojourner
The Church and Refugees
29th Jan 2020
Soroush Sadeghzadeh
Rejoice
Rejoice in Heaven
Pressing On
Philippians 3: 12-21
26th Jan 2020

Even from prison, the apostle Paul could say that he was 'pressing on' in life and all that Christ had taken hold of him for. Soroush helps us to see from this passage that there is a glorious future for us and we can rejoice in it.

 

 
Soroush Sadeghzadeh
32
The Wise and Foolish Builder
Building on Firm Foundations
Matthew 7:24 - 29
19th Jan 2020

As we celebrate Baby Thanksgivings Gavin challenges us with one of Jesus' most famous parables. In this story, Jesus talks about two different builders, both looking to build something significant and lasting. From the outside, the buildings probably looked very similar. It is only when the storm comes that we see the fundamental difference between things built on firm foundations and things build on sand. What are you building your life on?

 

Gavin Rodgers
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Rejoice
Rejoice In Humility
The example of Jesus
Philippians 2:1-12
12th Jan 2020

The Bible teacher John Stott once said, 'pride is the greatest enemy and humility our greatest friend'. In this outstanding and challenging passage from the letter to the Philippians, Paul tells the church that they can look to the example of Jesus in order to know what true humility looks like in the Christian life.

Andy Colclough
30
Rejoice
Rejoice in Friendship
Time Well Spent
Philippian 2:19-30
5th Jan 2020

It's passages like this that remind us that the New Testament was written by real people in very real-world situations. In the Christian life, friendship is neither an optional extra nor a waste of time. Here we see three friends on a mission together, serving others and knowing Jesus more.

 

Simon Rogalski
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