The Hurting and Sick

Broken Made Whole

Soroush Sadeghzadeh | Sun, 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.


More from this series:

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
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
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
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