We look forward to welcoming you this Sunday at our 8 AM or 10 AM service.
PLEASE NOTE: Seating is limited according to Covid regulations, so you need to book tickets for yourself and anyone who will be joining you (including children attending Kids Church or Youth). We must also ask that you wear a mask and keep it on throughout the service. If you have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive in the last 10 days or are experiencing symptoms of Covid, please stay at home.
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10 AM service is already 'sold out'
8 AM service - 15 seats are still remaining (at time of publication)
You can also check back on Quicket again later for the chance of tickets that may have been cancelled.
If you have booked and are unable to attend, please do cancel your tickets ("request refund") via your Quicket account.
Kids Church and Youth are meeting in the rooms across the courtyard.
For those unable to join us for worship in the building, we're continuing with our online services, premiering on Sundays at 9 AM (CAT). Watch with us here on YouTube or Facebook<-- Click on the links to tune in for the premiere.
In this week's sermon:
Depression can be understood as a state of mind or an emotion - we all feel a little bit down sometimes, but usually this passes and we get back to our normal selves again. However, as an illness, it is far more severe and has been proven to involve biological changes in the brain and the body - it is NOT something the person can simply wish away or “get over”. Whatever form of depression you might be experiencing (or seeing in your loved ones), the Word of God holds hope for you. This Sunday, Grant shows us that the Bible speaks extensively on the topic and it is a condition not unfamiliar to some of the greatest people of faith who have gone before us.
In the deepest throes of depression, there is a deeper truth that will see us through. Listen to today’s sermon to learn about this anchor of hope for the soul.
CLICK HERE to read 1 Kings 19:1-13 [NIV]