Today we’ll be having an introduction to our new teaching series, Upside Down, featuring (for one week only) the best sermon you’ve ever heard!
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.
Today is our last look at the messages of the Old Testament prophet Haggai, who encouraged the people of Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple after the return from exile in Babylon. Unlike the previous messages, this last one is directed at one specific individual – Zerubbabel, the governor of Jerusalem.
We’re into our third week on a series looking at the book of the Old Testament prophet Haggai. This week is a bit more challenging than the first two weeks, because Haggai starts off with a rather bizarre pair of questions about the Jewish law. We’ll look at what that was all about, and what [ more… ]
We’re in a series looking at one of the shortest books in the Bible – that of the Old Testament prophet Haggai, who brought God’s challenge to the people of Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. Today in chapter 2, only three weeks into the temple building project and already the people are facing discouragement – [ more… ]
We’re starting a new series today looking at one of the shortest books in the Bible – blink, and you’ll miss it! Haggai was a prophet who brought God’s challenge to the people of Jerusalem when the temple lay in ruins. What does he have to say to us today?
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.
Visiting speaker Hazel Brooks reveals grace in the story of David and Mephibosheth.