Christmas Services 2023

You are warmly invited to our special Christmas services on Sunday 17th December.

We will be holding our family-friendly Christmas service at 11am, with Christmas carols and a short message, followed by Christmas refreshments.

Come and join us at 6pm as we begin our annual Carols by Candlelight service. The church building will be lit by candles and Christmas lights as we sing carols and hear a Christmas message. We will also be serving refreshments after the service.

Our live streams for both services can be found below:

Sunday 10 December

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – Christmas from the Old Testament

Can you preach the Christmas story from the Old Testament? We turn to various Scriptures in Isaiah and Micah to hear the foretelling of the birth of Christ.

6pm – Christmas Future

As we prepare to celebrate Christ’s first coming, we turn to Matthew 24:36-44 and consider how we should prepare for His second coming.

Sunday 3 December

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – The importance of finishing well

This morning we turn to Acts 20:17-38 and consider the words of Paul regarding the importance of finishing the Christian life well.

6pm – To Him be the Glory

We turn to Romans 11:36: For of Him and through Him and to Him are all things, to whom be glory forever. Amen.

Sunday 26 November

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – What about the Resurrection?

In Mark 12:18-27 Jesus engages with the Saduccees as they question him about the resurrection. Why does Jesus engage with their non-genuine question? What can we learn from His response about the nature of life after death?

6pm – The Working of His Mighty Power

What does Paul mean when he writes “the working of His Mighty Power” in Ephesians 1:19?

Sunday 19 November

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

Unfortunately we won’t be able to offer live streams of our services this week. Live streams will be back next week!

Sunday 12 November

We plan to start our morning service slightly early this week, to observe the 2 minute silence at 11am.

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 10:55am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – Render to Caesar

This morning we turn to Jesus’ debate with the Pharisees over the paying of taxes to Rome in Mark 12:14-17.

6pm – Heaven is a World of Love

We turn to Ephesians 1:18 and consider the Christian’s eternal inheritance.

Sunday 5 November

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – False Friends

We turn again to Mark 12:13-17 and consider the deception of the Pharisees.

6pm – Father, Son and Holy Spirit

In Ephesians 1:17, Paul prays for fellow believers in Ephesus. All three persons of the Trinity are included in his prayer.

Sunday 29 October

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – Don’t be a Pharisee

We turn to Mark 12:13 where the Pharisees and Herodians attempt to catch Jesus out by what He says. What can we learn from their behaviour and from Jesus’ response?

6pm – Pray without Ceasing

We turn to two passages on prayer, both from the Lord Jesus Christ in Matthew 6:5-15 and from Paul’s letter to the the Ephesians (Ephesians 1:15-16). We will consider how a Christian should pray.

Sunday 22 October

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – Parable of the Tenants

This morning we turn to Mark 12:1-12 for the parable of the vineyard tenants.

6pm РPilate’s encounter with Jesus

We continue our mini-series of encounters with Jesus. This week we turn to Luke 23:1-25, where Jesus encounters Pontius Pilate.

Sunday 15 October

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am.

11am – Trouble with the Scribes

We turn to Mark 11:27-33, where a group of scribes question Jesus’ authority. What does Jesus’ response show about who He is?

6pm – Repent and Sin no More

When a woman caught in adultery is brought before Jesus in John 8:3-12, we consider how Jesus responds to both to her and her accusers.