If you were to picture the window of your soul, what would your view look like? These are challenging times we are living in. This Sunday we look at the faith journeys of two disciples on the road to Emmaus. What might their encounter with Jesus have to teach us? Join me as we findContinue reading “2022-01-23 Sermon – Window of the Soul”
This Sunday we celebrate the first Sunday in Advent – Hope. We are just as in need of God’s hope today as the people of God were back then. One thing that is different is that we know God fulfilled His promises with Jesus and because of that we have everything to hope for inContinue reading “2021-11-28 Sermon – Hope”
Today Robyn Mellar-Smith brings a message on Faith in everyday life drawing in Romans 5:1-11. Through Faith in Christ, we belong to God and it is by having our identity and belonging in Christ that we can face the trials in our everyday faith journeys.
The day has finally arrived, its Christmas! Once again we are able to reflect on the great love God has for us in sending His Son. It is an extraordinary story and yet quite similar to our own. In today’s sermon we look at how an event that happened over two thousand years ago isContinue reading “2020-12-25 Sermon – Christmas 2020”
This is the first Sunday of Advent and our theme is Hope. What does the Bible say about Hope? Join us as we unpack the word in a way that will move us from hopelessness to a sure and tangible hope in the Person of Jesus Christ.
Good afternoon Church Family Today I have been thinking about hope. Every human being needs hope to overcome and survive the challenges that life throws at us. So what is hope exactly, what are it’s characteristics and how can I get myself a portion of it when I need it most? Paul has an interestingContinue reading “Friday, 18 September 2020 – Hope Needed”