Sunday Sermons

Please find links below to our Sunday Sermons. For our members who have not been able to join us, or if you are new to us, or considering coming along to one of our services, they give an insight into the Word that we are studying at our services. Our major themes for this year are obedience and endurance:

Romans 5:12 Paul writes “For the wages of sin is death…(but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.)” Paul does a great job in teaching that the law does not make a person righteous. He has then shown in great detail how salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. 

Habakkuk 3:17-19 Habakkuk was a prophet around 610 BC. He is unique among the prophets because he asks questions of God.

PHILIPPIANS 2:5-11 I believe that THIS passage is truly one of the most important in the bible. It is also one of the earliest pieces of writing found that speaks of the deity of Christ, and is thought to be an early hymn.
So this morning let’s see from this passage who Jesus is; what he did; what this tells us about God; and what this means for us today.
One of the most important questions we have to deal with is who exactly Jesus Christ is.

Romans 5:2-5 The story of Ernest Shackleton, and his amazing feat while on his trip to Antarctica.He set out in 1914 to cross the Antarctic on foot, but their ship was ice bound and eventually was crushed. Most of the team had already signed book deals and lecture tours, none of which would happen. Don’t count your chickens before they hatch, but when you’re young, fame and fortune are hard to resist!

12 Mathew 7 13 All of us have had those kinds of experiences where we feel like we’re out of place. Maybe some of you here today are guests and just being in church makes you feel that way. The first thing we’re thinking when we walk into a new group of people is, “Is there anyone here like me?”

After the family meeting a few weeks ago, someone challenged me about the fact that hell is never preached on. This is something I have thought about for a long time and the challenge, gently put as it was, spurred me into action. You all know I love a challenge, so here are some thoughts about hell for us to take away and ponder over. I pray that you will be blessed.
Matthew 25:31-46.

Joshua 3:7-17
If you have ever spent any time in the wilderness of life then you have probably spent time thinking about the promised land; that place where life will be better, more settled, easier.

Psalm 51:1-6
God has revealed Himself through His creation, and through the revelation of His word. We knowingly rebel against Him and so we are separated from the source of life-God-and face spiritual death.

I think everyone has some place of refuge?  It is the place we turn to when life becomes a little overwhelming.  It may be a frustrating day, a threat from the weather, a physical setback, or a relationship problem.  Most of us have a place where we turn for refuge.