Recent Sermon Series
Below are listed sermons from current and recent series.
Where is God? Why doesn't he act? Why doesn't he sort out all the mess? We walk alongside the prophet Habakkuk as he wrestles with big questions of faith and doubt.
It's easy to get unsettled waiting for Jesus to come back. Paul teaches us how to stand firm and what a life of perseverance looks like practically.
How hard is it for God to take hold of lost men and women and rescue them together in Jesus? Harder than we think, but then, the God of the gospel is greater than we think!
In the true story of a young man with a multicoloured coat, envious brothers and strange dreams, we discover that the real hero is our God, who saves and preserves his people.
From the ashes of exile, Haggai stirs up God's people to work for God's glory. We'll find encouragement for the greatest of all building projects.
The night before his death, Jesus prepares his disciples for what life will look like without him. His extraordinary promise: though he will be gone, He will be with them. These famous chapters go to the very heart of Christian experience, explaining the work of the Holy Spirit and showing us what to expect.
Who am I? What is a Christian's self-identity? Peter's letter unpacks what it means to live as those who have been re-born into a new identity, and so are strangers and exiles in the world.
Life can be confusing and hard for God's people, but this action-packed story shows us how God is there behind the scenes to save his people and defeat his enemies.
We hear how the good news reached a great city, how it was opposed, and how the church there was secured for the future.
The Psalms are a hymnbook and a medicine cabinet for the soul. Above all, they take us to the living God.
Jesus is on the road to Jerusalem, and the topic of conversation is eternal life. What are the implcations for life now?
Jesus deals with our biggest problem with an amazing offer that the whole world needs to hear. Find out more by listening to the talk from our International Guest service below.
What's the point of church? How should it be led? How can it be really effective? We listen in on Paul's instructions to his colleague Timothy. His letter is packed with practical implications for our life together.
In light of the EU referendum, we explore the Bible's teaching on how we as Christians should engage with Europe and wider world of politics.
N.B. No voting advice is contained within either of these sermons.
Written 2700 years ago, Isaiah looks forward, from the first exodus, the first creation, the first Jerusalem, and the first Davidic king, to the new exodus, the new creation, the new Jerusalem and the great King God would send.
All the talks from Thanksgiving Sunday 2016, where we think about all that God has freely given to us, and how we should make use of it.
Can we really believe in the life of the world to come? In this magnificent chapter, the Apostle Paul shows us the connection between Jesus' resurrection and ours.
We follow Luke's account of the first Easter, from the cross to the ascension. Along the way we meet people as they discover what this is all about.
John's account of the trial and death of Jesus not only tells us what happened, but explains its significance - and asks questions of us.
Song of Songs is a beautful picture of God's gift of sex expressed in the right context, pointing us to so much more.
We follow Paul on his second missionary journey, seeing how the good news of Jesus fares in several cities, all with surprising similarities to our own.
We follow the extraordinary life of Jacob, seeing how the living God worked in one man's life, and seeing how He has His way despite the messiest of circumstances.
What is life? A vapour? A fog? A chasing after the wind? The book of Ecclesiastes explores the purpose and meaning of life in a confusing and vexing world.