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From Bad to Worse »

Series: Visiting Speakers

Could things get worse in the church than worshipping God through two bulls? Well, yes they could and did with the accession of Ahab to the throne of Israel in 874 BC. In fact things went 'From bad to worse' in the church of that day. There are lessons to learn from Ahab for the church in our day.

  • April 02, 2017
    Morning worship
  • Harry Coulter
  • 1 Kings 16: 29-34

Where is the LORD when things are going from bad to worse? »

Series: Visiting Speakers

The Lord is not absent or indifferent when things go wrong for us. True life is found only in Him. He speaks to us through the word and provides everything we need. 1 Kings 17:1-16; Deuteronomy 28:1-6, 12, 15 - 24

  • April 02, 2017
    Evening worship
  • Harry Coulter
  • 1 Kings 17: 1 - 1:16

The Person and work of the Holy Spirit »

Series: Moving On Lecture Series

It is our firm conviction that the Bible alone is the final authority in all matters of faith and practice. The Word of God is God's own special revelation of Himself, breathed out in written form, and chiefly declares to us from beginning to end, His glorious plan of redemption through His own Son, Jesus Christ, our Saviour and Lord.

  • March 30, 2017
  • Bill Matthess
  • Genesis 0: 0

The Preparation for Service - The Lord Guides Our Steps »

Series: Exodus

After 40 years of living in the desert, away from his family in Egypt, Moses may well have wondered if God had abandoned him. Yet the Lord was preparing Moses for the great work of delivering His people from slavery and bondage. If we belong to Jesus Christ, we may wonder why the Lord has led us the way He has. But although it may take a lifetime, know that He is at work in us and will guide our steps. He will make his purpose known to us through His Word, and call us in His time to greater acts of service for our good and His glory.

  • March 26, 2017
    Morning worship
  • Bill Matthess
  • Exodus 2: 16 - 3:10

The Struggle of Service - The Lord Overrules Our Objections »

Series: Exodus

When God calls Moses to go back to Egypt, Moses says, “Who am I?” Moses resists God’s command. This is true for every Christian. It is the serving part that we all struggle with. The wonder of God’s grace is that He provides all that we need and removes every objection so that we are made confident and willing to obey His will and live for Him. “Your people will offer themselves freely on the day of your power” (Psalm 110:3).

  • March 26, 2017
    Evening worship
  • Bill Matthess
  • Exodus 3: 10 - 4:17

A Picture of Redemption - Isaac a type of Christ »

Series: Communion Themes

God has given us a wonderfully picture of redemption at Mount Moriah.

  • March 19, 2017
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Genesis 22: 1-14

Jehovah Jireh: The Lord will Provide »

Series: Communion Themes

History shows us that God will provide. This is a proven fact and a wonderful promise.

  • March 19, 2017
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Genesis 22: 1-14

Mark: Failure is Not Final »

Series: Colossians

Paul concludes the letter to the Colossians thanking people. One person that stands out is Mark. Mark was a man with a chequered past who had let down Paul. Mark was a failure that got a second chance and he took it. Are you letting a failure of your past define you?

  • March 12, 2017
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Colossians 4: 7-18

Learning from a Woman of Prayer - Part 2 »

Series: 1 Samuel

God gives life and God takes life. The number of days we live in this life are determined by God. Hannah's prayer extols the sovereignty of God. When we go through the storms of life we can take comfort that God is in control. Part 2 of a woman of prayer looks at the latter half of Hannah's prayer.

  • March 12, 2017
    Evening worship
  • Robert Robb
  • 1 Samuel 2: 1-10

Lesser Known Men in Scripture »

Series: Colossians

Paul finishes his letter to Colossians by thanking people. Who are these men who Paul thanks?

  • March 05, 2017
    Morning worship
  • Robert Robb
  • Colossians 4: 7-18