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17/06/2018

Money Matters: 3 – Passionately Generous

Money Matters: 3 - Passionately Generous

Today is our special Gift Day for the Building Project. In the lead up to this, we’ve been in a short series taking a serious look at our attitudes to money and possessions. Now, as we reach the challenge of the Gift Day itself, we’re going to be taking a look at an example Jesus [ more… ]

10/06/2018

Money Matters: 2 – Tithing on Trial

Money Matters: 2 - Tithing on Trial

Leading up to our special Gift Day on June 17th, we’re in a short series taking a serious look at our attitudes to money and possessions. Today, the Biblical principle of Tithing is on trial – we’re going to be looking at what it means, and at whether this Old Testament law applies to us [ more… ]

20/08/2017

Haggai: 1 – Kingdom Priorities

Haggai: 1 - Kingdom Priorities

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?

19/06/2016

Habits of Happiness: 1b – Giving

Habits of Happiness: 1b - Giving

We all want to be happy, yes? Last week we started a series looking at things we can get into the habit of doing, that will directly affect how happy (and joyful, and contented, and mature) we are. The first one we looked at was the habit of giving, and because that’s a big topic [ more… ]

12/06/2016

Habits of Happiness: 1a – Giving

Habits of Happiness: 1a - Giving

In a new series starting today, we’re going to be looking at things we can get into the habit of doing, that directly affect how happy (and joyful, and contented, and mature) we are. Who wouldn’t want that? But the first one might not be one you’d guess straight away…

06/09/2015

Acts part 5: Scary

Acts part 5: Scary

As we continue our series on the book of Acts, we’ve seen how the new church in Jerusalem went through explosive growth, despite increasing opposition from the authorities, as they witnessed to the fact that Jesus was alive. Today however, we reach a passage that is – at best – uncomfortable!