Today we’re celebrating the greatest day in history – Easter Day – the day that God defeated death, and brought his son Jesus back to life! But we’ve got a double celebration today, because four people are being baptised as a sign of their decision to follow Jesus as Lord. So if it’s such a [ more… ]
Today is the start of “Holy Week”, the day when Jesus entered Jerusalem riding on a donkey, as excited crowds cheered and waved palm branches and shouted “Hosanna!” As an occupied nation, the Jews were hoping for a change of regime – was Jesus going to be the one to provide it for them?
There’s an important update this morning on the latest news from the building project. We’ll also be reflecting on the journey that we’ve made to get to this point, and the journey that lies ahead of us, and thinking about what advice the Bible may offer us.
Guest speaker Hosanna Bankhead speaks about the healing power of Christ.
2016 was pretty scary and we all thought 2017 could only get better… It turned out to be just as bad, if not worse! So can we really hold out any hope for the year to come?
Visiting speaker Nigel Watts, of Precept UK, opens up Psalm 23
We celebrated Harvest down at the Kings Meadow a few weeks ago, but growing fruit is supposed to continue all year round. Not the fruit that we buy in Sainsburys, but what Paul calls the Fruit of the Spirit. Today we’re taking another look at that fruit, and what the process of growing it involves.
Visiting speaker Warner Hardie looks at Psalm 100.
Following the tragic death of a young woman in Peebles this week, we ask the same question that Mary and Martha asked of Jesus: “Where were you, Lord?”
Visiting speaker Arthur Hembling looks at the call of Peter in Luke 5.