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Bothered about God’s love

This morning, as we started looking towards Christmas, we started a new sermon series looking at the last book of the Old Testament called Malachi: Bothered? As Rich started the series, we looked together at Malachi 1:1-5 and asked are you bothered about God’s love?. As we looked at our passage, we saw how we need to see God’s great love for us and how God has loved us, because He has chosen us, judged our enemies and He has not treated us as we deserve…

Jesus lives today

This morning, was the final sermon in our series in Mark’s eye witness account of Jesus’ life called Mark: Good News For Everyone. Today, as Richard preached, we looked together at Mark 15:33-16:8 and saw that Jesus died to take God’s wrath and in so doing bring us directly to God by dealing with the problem of our rebellion against God; we also saw Jesus rising from the dead, just as he said he would…

Half Term Sermons

The sermons delivered by Richard and Paul from the beginning and middle of half term are now available for download below…

Jesus came to give his life

This morning, we continued our sermon series in Mark’s eye witness account of Jesus’ life called Mark: Good News For Everyone. Today we welcomed John Russell, lead minister of Cornerstone Church in Nottingham. As John preached, we looked together at Mark 10:32-45 and saw Jesus going to Jerusalem and the way to the cross (v32-34); the way to the crown (v35-45)…

Jesus calls followers to die

This morning, we continued our sermon series in Mark’s eye witness account of Jesus’ life called Mark: Good News For Everyone. As Richard preached at our discover church service, we looked together at Mark 8:22-38 and saw Peter’s reply to Jesus’ question to the disciples of “who do you say that I am?” was “you are the Christ.”
In response to that, we considered 3 questions:
1. Can you see who Jesus is?
2. Can you see why Jesus came?
3. Can you see why following Jesus is worth it?