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Sunday Service - 30 January 2022


Jeremiah's calling, whilst unique, speaks to God's call on each of our lives: a call that gives us meaning, purpose, and courage for the journey ahead, in all the ups and downs, and twists and turns that we may encounter in life.

Whatever hesitations or misgivings you might have about these uncertainties on the path of obedience, Jeremiah's story shows us that God is ever-present and sovereign over all. He knows us through and through, He knows the purposes for which He has made us, and we can therefore rest assured that He will also equip us to do all that His will and His Word requires of us.

Read this week’s Bible passage: Jeremiah 1:4-10 [NIV]

CLICK HERE to RSVP (book tickets) for our live and in person Worship Service this Sunday. There are TWO services (8:00 AM and 10:00 AM)

In case you haven't heard yet: Kids Church and Youth classes are OPEN again. Please RSVP your attendance (including kids and teens) by booking tickets here: CLICK HERE

We will be hosting our first Family Gathering for 2022 on Tuesday evening, 1 February, from 7-8 PM. If you're a member of PVC we'd expect you to be there, please, so save the date in your calendars. We'd like to share with you what God has laid on our hearts and the plans we have put in place to fulfil some of the vision and mission that he has given us. It will be a time for praying, discerning and being together, and we'll also be talking about and approving our budget for the year ahead.


If you're unable to meet in person, you are welcome to join our online service which will be featuring the previous week's live sermon, premiering on Sunday at 9 AM (CAT). Watch it here on YouTube or Facebook<-- Click on the links to tune in for the premiere.

Scripture is profoundly important in the life of the Christian, not because it is powerful in itself. But because it reveals Jesus, the eternal Word who is the truly powerful one.

In this Sunday’s passage from the book of Nehemiah we see the returned Jewish exiles being deeply affected by the reading of God’s Word – it produced awe and praise, conviction and sorrow over sin, as well as celebration in the power of God’s grace… And all this even before Christ walked the earth. Today we know the full revelation of God’s grace in the person of Jesus. If you can receive this truth, then God’s Word will similarly affect your heart toward and for his glory, as every reading brings you closer to knowing Jesus more fully.

Read this week’s Bible passage: Nehemiah 8:1-10 [NIV]

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