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Christopher Ash helps us behold Luke's unveiling of the most remarkable man in history.
INTERNATIONAL GUEST SERVICE 2019 Graham Daniels unpacks the most momentous invitation in the universe.
Big talks on the big issues of today
Future planning Jesus's way.
Following God as he raises up not the hero that Israel deserves, but the one that it needs.
A one-off sermon for Giving Sunday, Christopher Ash explores one of the most extraordinary promises of Jesus.
Alasdair Paine leads us in taking fresh look at a problem we rarely think about.
Looking at what the Bible says about when life gets tricky
Glen Scrivener opens up the book of 1 Peter, exploring what it means for us today to be evangelist elect exiles.
In a world claiming to know best about relationships, Alasdair Paine opens up 1 Corinthians 7 which has a better story to tell. (Preached June 2013)
Why be a Christian if it means your life gets worse? Paul writes to a brand new church in a city that’s out to get them with startling words of comfort.
Alasdair Paine explores five great statements about the gospel from Paul’s letter to the Romans that will invigorate us and possibly surprise us too!
Mark tells the story of the most remarkable 24 hours in history.
Three psalms connected by a thread of praise.
Alasdair Paine shows us how the Bible, despite its size and span of history, fits together as God's one great story.
Robbie Strachan opens up Leviticus, showing how it deepens our understanding of the cross.
Talks from recent Student Lunches
GUEST SERVICE • Craig Larner explains why the Transfiguration means we can't ignore Jesus
Talks by John Hindley from the 20s-30s Weekend Away 2019
Robbie Strachan helps us to dig into the book of Proverbs to hear how the precious wisdom of God impacts every corner of our lives.
Alasdair Paine opens up the book of Deuteronomy, where God reveals his compelling character through his Law.
Tom Hutchings on how Amos's stark warning has a message for us today
Thinking afresh how we can all play our part as members of the St Andrew the Great Church family.
Journeying through the New Testament, marvelling at the wonder of Christmas.
A day thinking through how we are all involved in God's great plan for the world.
Where is God when 'things fall apart'?
Everything in life seems to come to an end, but what about the world itself? Jesus warns us that he will return. The question is, are we ready?
How well do you know Jesus of Nazareth? Whether you're an 'outsider' to Christianity or a long-time follower of Jesus, watch as Luke introduces us to this most remarkable man.
Continuing in 1 Corinthians, we discover what a difference it makes that a local church is no less than God's personal project or property.
Talks from recent Student Lunches
On the edge of the Promised Land, God shows his people what a life of real blessing and usefulness looks like.
A story of ordinary people with ordinary problems, overseen by God working an extraordinary plan.
When God began the final act of his great salvation plan, his people sang with exuberant joy. We learn to sing with them of the great Saviour who inspired them.
Jesus, the Lord of his Church, writes to seven first-century churches with challenges and encouragements that resound with relevance for us today.
Jesus challenges the powers of his day, setting the pattern for countercultural Christians following a countercultural Christ.
Punchy sayings that teach us about Jesus and help us to teach others about Jesus
What should the perfect church be like? The apostle Paul writes with surprising news.
Over its many pages, the Bible has one sustained story to tell. In four sessions we explore how it all fits together.
In the face of disaster and unfaithfulness of God's people, God sends the judges, a rogue's gallery of rescuers who leave us longing for a perfect rescuer.
Jesus presents the kingdom of heaven with a series of simple but polarising pictures which compel us to respond to the captivating character of Jesus.
Considering how we might respond as a church with gratitude to all that God has done.
Talks from Hebrews 10-13 and on how God speaks to us
Pulling the different threads of the Bible together to ask the question of 'What does it really mean for God to be in charge of the universe?'
As we read the gospel accounts of what really happened at the cross and the empty tomb, we will find out how Jesus’s resurrection is not only true, but is news that meets our deepest needs.
The unique voice of Ezekiel foretelling with striking depth and clarity the coming good news of Jesus.
How do we keep going in the Christian life, secure from dangerous influences and unproductive patterns? Peter tells us how.
We follow Jesus in his temptations - and see God's and Satan's purpose in the same event
What does it look like to worship God acceptably, with reverence and awe, on a Monday morning and a Saturday night?
We watch God in action as he shows us what he's like, reveals his character, and gives the world an explanation of his name
Far from home in an alien land, Daniel and his friends are confronted by what looks like absolute power. But they know who the real king is, and they show us how to live for him.
Considering how we can all play our part in the mission of the church
Listen to recordings of this year's Christmas carol services.
The Lord Jesus teaches us about his return: what to expect and how to be ready
Paul shows that Christians must understand who they are and how they're to live only in Christ, as he is enough.
The two sermons preached at Mission Sunday 2017
Song of Songs is a beautiful picture of God's gift of sex, expressed in the right context, pointing to so much more.
How do we cry good tears... especially when the mess is our fault? Lamentations shows us how.
The journey to God's "Promised Land" takes us through many ups and downs of life. These Psalms will show us how to pray as we travel.
We follow Paul through his trial in Jerusalem and learn about the work and power of the risen Christ.
Paul shows some implications of the gospel of grace for our lives as individuals, in church and in wider society.