In this week’s sermon, Andrea talks about the many miracles of God, and takes examples of this from the book of Jonah, to illustrate how we can see God in even the small things in our lives.
In this week’s sermon, Ruth talks about how God can do great things with a few resources and an available heart. Taking from scripture, the story of Jesus feeding the 5000, she gives three points that we must be open
In this week’s sermon, Pastor Phyl looks at the way Jesus lived His life, and gives examples from scripture that show how He unplugged, so that He could set boundaries and live His life according to God’s will upon it.
In her sermon this week, Eirwen asks us who we think you are, and then brings passages of scripture to explain why we are children of God, and how we can become more of an embodiment of Him.
In this week’s message, Pastor Phyl brings a word of “Accept or Ignore”, and encourages us to always accept what God has to say to us.
This week, Andrea brings an encouraging word and shows us through scripture, how the Lord will always provide for us.
In this week’s sermon, Pastor Phyl uses passages from scripture to illustrate the way that we are supposed to treat others, demonstrating how we should love others more than we love ourselves, and behave with an attitude of self-sacrifice to
In this week’s sermon, Ruth talks about how we are often tempted to hit the snooze button in our lives, because it is more comfortable and easier, but in reality, it means we lose out on any number of things
In this week’s sermon, Pastor Phyl talks about how we must conform, and be obedient to God’s word and to His calling on our lives.
In this week’s sermon, David brings a word about how our faith can be effected, and gives four points from scripture, which encourage us to stay strong in the faith and to look to Jesus, who is all we need