Our services are currently both in person & recorded to be available online. May 8th – The Adventure Begins…(3) Acts 9:36-43 What can we learn from the story of Dorcas/Tabitha? May 15th – The Adventure Begins… (4) Acts 11.1-8 Have you ever been part of a merger? When two organizations or communities join together for a greater purpose it’s fun …
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Sunday, May 15, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellActs 11.1-8Have you ever been part of a merger? When two organizations or communities join together for a greater purpose it’s fun to watch. Sometimes there is a little friction! That’s what happened when Gentiles began following Jesus along with the already existing Jewish believers. But it was part of God’s amazing plan to show …
May 8, 2022Speaker: Andrew WoodActs 9:36-43What can we learn from the story of Dorcas/Tabitha?
Sunday May 1, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellActs 9.1-18The most dramatic conversion story is Saul’s. His is the account of God changing both one life and all the history of Christianity. Does someone come to mind that you know is presently going in the opposite direction and you are praying for their turnaround.
Sunday April 26, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellActs 5.27-42What effect did the resurrection of Jesus have on His followers? In following the lectionary readings from Acts in this season we will have glimpses of the “adventure” that his followers had embarked on. This time we hear the disciples being forbidden to speak any more in “this name.” What will they do?
Sunday, April 10, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellMark 11.1-11Two processions entered Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday. One was Pilate’s military procession – a demonstration of both Roman imperial power and Roman imperial theology. One was Jesus’ triumphal entry in a demonstration of Kingdom power and theology. As we understand both we find ourselves needing to decide which procession we will join.
Sunday April 3, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellLuke 23.34In the midst of His agony dying on the cross Jesus spoke these astonishing words – “Father forgive them..” As one of the most evil perpetrators of crimes against humanity how should we pray for Vladimir Putin? Should we ask for forgiveness or pray one of the impreccatory psalms for his destruction. Or both?
Sunday, March 27, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellJohn 21John recalls a breakfast that finished with an awkward conversation between friends that resulted in the full restoration of a friendship that had been compromised by one having disappointed the other. Simon knew the difficult subject of his denial would surely be raised but could not have expected the forgiveness that was generously granted.
March 20, 2022Speaker: Ian CampbellThe Prodigal SonOne of the best known stories of the Bible as told by Jesus, a story of forgiveness and reconciliation – a father extends a welcome home to his wayward son in a heartwarming drama. This carries the authority of a Storyteller who is the actual protagonist!