Latest Resources:

Jubilee 20
Our Sovereign Lord
The Wonder of a Triune God
Isaiah 61
9th Sep 2018

J.I. Packer says ‘The historic [doctrine] of the Trinity…confronts us with perhaps the most difficult thought that the human mind has ever been asked to handle’. C.J. Mahaney talking about difficult questions his kids ask him about the Bible, says ‘There is one question more difficult to answer than the one about the Trinity and that is ‘Daddy what’s a concubine!’ Seeing the wonder of the unique Christian God is essential if we are to see and be part of His big call to change the world. Here, Raj unpacks the gems of a Triune God and why the doctrine of Trinity really matters and makes a difference! He says ‘Jubilee, the Spirit of the Lord, the Eternal, is on you and I. The Lord has appointed you and I for a special purpose. Let’s be willing to be His servants and co-workers!’

Raj Saha
Elders Letters
One thing that's needed
Lessons from holiday driving
5th Sep 2018

Sometimes, I can be overwhelmed by so many things that I find myself missing the main thing. What can we learn from Mary and Martha in this area. Who enjoyed Jesus' company more?

Simon Rogalski
Guest Speakers
The Challenge of Faith
Putting things in Jesus' hands
Mark 6: 30-44
2nd Sep 2018

Our friend Michael from Ho, Ghana helps us to understand that we can put things in Jesus' hands through the word, worship and prayer.

Michael Akotia
I believe
God is Wise
Our Father does all things well
Psalm104: 24-25 ; 1 Corinthians 1: 21-25
19th Aug 2018

"God’s wisdom means that God always chooses the best goals and the best means to those goals” (Wayne Grudem). God shows his wisdom in unity and diversity both in his creation and his plan for the redemption of mankind.

Neville Kelvey-Brown
I believe
God is Holy
A holy God made approachable
Isaiah 6:1-3
12th Aug 2018

In this talk Gill unpacks the holiness of God, something which is so central to our Christian faith. Through Jesus we are able to approach this Holy God, not only that however, we are able to have a relationship with him. What an amazing truth.

Gill Catterall
I believe
God is Mighty
Trusting His abundant power
Psalm 93
5th Aug 2018

AW Tozer once said ‘what comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us’. We can sometimes make God too safe in our eyes by not seeing that He is mighty. Lou helps us to see why it matters that God is mighty, how we can know it and what it means for our lives.

Lou Watts
Elders Letters
God, our Hope
God, our helper!
1st Aug 2018
Soroush Sadeghzadeh
I believe
God is Love
Good news for everyone
1 John 4: 7-10
29th Jul 2018

In the first of our short Summer series we focus on ‘God is love’. Knowing that God loves us with a perfect love, truly transforms who we are and helps us to love those around us.

Rob Earl
My Impact year
What has Nathaniel been up to?
27th Jul 2018

For the last 12 months, Nathaniel Pullan has been on our IMPACT training programme. Here he writes a little bit of what he’s been up to and how it has helped him grow.

Nathaniel Pullan
The end of the beginning
Acts 27:1, 28:1-2, 16-31
22nd Jul 2018

How’s life? Easy or challenging? By reading the last two chapters of Acts, we can safely come to the conclusion that Apostle Paul had a difficult time. However, we learn that by the grace of God he turned difficulties into opportunities. Also, the book doesn’t end there, the Acts of the Holy Spirit continues at His Church today.

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
Giving a reason for what you believe in.
Acts 21 - 27
15th Jul 2018

In this talk we unpack Paul’s various trials relating to his new found faith. The reality is as people we probably won’t end up in a courtroom defending our beliefs, however, have you ever been asked a difficult question about your faith? Or been asked to explain what you believe in? Gavin gives some helpful tips for defending your faith as well as reminding us what our ultimate motivation should be when having these conversations.

Gavin Rodgers
Its All His Anyway!
Acts 4:31-37
8th Jul 2018

If there was ever a manual for Christian discipleship it must be the book of Acts! This breathtaking story highlights, amongst many other things that are important to the spiritual formation of a believer in the context of church community, how we handle our money with grace-filled generosity and godly stewardship, makes a difference.

Raj Saha
Elders Letters
On The Bench
Power in Weakness
2nd Jul 2018

We all work for God's glory and sometimes that is from the sidelines or behind the scenes or even on the bench.  Are we willing to make that important choice to enable God to work through our lives and that of the church?

Raj Saha
Influencing your world
Acts 20: 13-38
1st Jul 2018

In Acts, we see that leaders are vital to the church being all it is called to be. Whether it is leading in the church, the home, the workplace or somewhere else, there are lessons we can learn from Paul’s farewell speech to the leaders in this passage.

Simon Rogalski
Fathers and Mothers Who Shape the World
Acts 16:1-6
24th Jun 2018

In the Gospels, we note that Jesus was not the only one who had disciples. but he had an emphasis on disciple making, and like everything else is the greatest example for us. The task of discipleship is the responsibility of the Church. In this talk we’re going to look at the importance of discipleship and it’s generational impact on the Church and the society.

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
The Church
Gods Glory On Display
Acts 13-14
17th Jun 2018

Jesus said, ‘But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth’ (Acts 11:8). So with this and Jesus’ Great Commission in mind, what did Paul and Barnabas do? They planted churches!

Raj Saha
Miracles and Prayer
Expecting the unexpected and praying strenuously
Acts 12:1-19
10th Jun 2018

We come to one of the most amazing stories in the book of Acts, in-prisoned, due to be sentenced, in chains and guarded with additional security, all seems lost for Peter. As he sat in his prison cell his church family were reacting in the best way they knew, reaching out to God in prayer. During this talk Gavin unpacks the subject of miracles and challenges us to expect the unexpected. There is then a challenge to be a praying community, taking heart from the early church’s response to hardship.

Gavin Rodgers
God shows no favouritism
Acts 10:1-48
3rd Jun 2018

God’s plan was always that the good news of His Son would go to all nations. In this story of Peter and Cornelius we see that this good news is for everyone, it is enough and it is joyful!

Simon Rogalski
Union with Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection
27th May 2018

A subject that’s historically been debated by Christians seems to have been practices by the early church with no difference of opinion. The book of Acts provides us with a helpful insight into this commandment given to us by Jesus, and provides a number of examples as well theological basis for it. In this sermon we’ll look at the “what, who, and how” questions around baptism.

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
Elders Letters
Reckless Love
A passionate rescue
21st May 2018
Gavin Rodgers