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John's Gospel
John the Baptist
Preparing The Way
John 1:6 - 29
11th Nov 2018

As we celebrate Baptism Sunday at Jubilee Gavin unpacks the story of John the Baptist. Who was he? How Significant is he? Is he the main attraction in the story? Gavin encourages us to look to Jesus as the main thing. What does this mean for us?

Gavin Rodgers
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Elders Letters
Let the Lion out!
The Gospel of John
8th Nov 2018
Raj Saha
The Word
In the beginning
John 1: 1-18
4th Nov 2018

Luke begins his gospel with Jesus' birth, Mark with his baptism and Matthew with his genealogy, yet John's starting place is very different. In his opening passage, John is telling us everything we're going to need to know as we read through his book. It's all about Jesus!

 

Simon Rogalski
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Jubilee 20
The Prisoners
Proclaiming Freedom
Isaiah 61
28th Oct 2018

What does it mean to be truly free? In the last of our Jubilee20 celebration talks, Gavin unpacks God's plan for freedom, what that meant in the bible and what it means for us today. How can we ensure that we are people who are constantly walking in freedom? How can we play our part in setting captives free?

Gavin Rodgers
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Jubilee 20
20th Birthday Celebration
Unblocking Wells
Genesis 26:19 - 22
21st Oct 2018

On the day we celebrate 20 years of Jubilee, Jeremy speaks about wells to be unblocked as we go forward and some of the things that can stop us from this.

Jeremy Simpkins
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Jubilee 20
God's Kingdom Builders
Restoration and Renewal
Isaiah 61
14th Oct 2018

Jim Elliot, Christian missionary and martyr, wrote in his journals 'Remember always that God has taught you the importance of a building ministry'.
The church is Gods ultimate Kingdom expression on the earth. Jesus came to build his church. He promised us that nothing would stop Him. He told stories of the building process often, the importance of clearing the clutter, the necessity of solid foundations and what the walls would look like. 
Isaiah saw a vision of the big plan of God in history - to rebuild the ancient ruins and restore the places long devastated; to renew the ruined cities that have been devastated for generations.

Raj Saha
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Jubilee 20
The Broken - Hearted
Embraced and Restored
Isaiah 61
7th Oct 2018

When it comes to being broken-hearted, we tend to think of our own experiences through a victimised lens. God is an expert in having a broken heart, and he’s also the best healer of one. His promise to bind up the broken-hearted through The Anointed One is a great source of encouragement. In the words of Charles Spurgeon “there are many sorts of broken hearts, and Christ is good at healing them all.”

Soroush Sadeghzadeh
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Elders Letters
When was the last time...
...you were lost in wonder?
2nd Oct 2018
Gavin Rodgers
Jubilee 20
The Priesthood of All Believers
Living in Babylon
Isaiah 61
30th Sep 2018

What was the priesthood of ancient Israel all about? What difference does this make to the church today? How could Isaiah promise: 'But ye shall be named the Priests of the Lord; men shall call you the Ministers of our God?' The great revelation is that Jesus changed everything. When the curtain was torn in two when Jesus died and rose again, he ushered in a transformed priesthood of ALL believers.....and that means YOU!

Raj Saha
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Jubilee 20
The Poor
Proclaiming Good News to the Poor
Isaiah 61
23rd Sep 2018

This has always been a tough topic, what should the church be doing about poverty? In this talk Gavin gives some different descriptions of the poverty which we see around us everyday. He also challenges us to look at what the Bible says about helping the poor and how this can impact our day to day lives. Are we really a people who live lives which proclaim good news to the poor?

Gavin Rodgers
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Jubilee 20
The Nations
Diversity, Unity and Mission
Isaiah 61
16th Sep 2018

In the Old Testament book of Isaiah, we see that God promises to draw the nations to himself. Through Jesus, the nations will be blessed. Our unity in diversity reflects in part the very goodness and glory of God. As we celebrate 20 years of this church, we can be very thankful that God has graciously formed us as a community of different nationalities, languages and places.

Simon Rogalski
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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