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. We must also ask that you wear a mask and keep it on throughout the service.
CLICK HERE to book for this Sunday. (If you find the 10 AM service 'sold out' please try the 8 AM service.)
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:
We’re starting a new sermon series this Sunday called Re:Image. Scripture teaches us that all people are created in the image of God - no matter our race, culture, gender or religion - and so we carry in us some of God’s beauty and glory. But like a wrecked car, the sinfulness we inherited from Adam, our own foolish actions and the sin of others against us means that the image of God in us has been damaged and is in need of repair. God’s plan, through the work of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, is to redeem and restore us in His perfect image. But why is it that we often do not experience as much of this transformation in us as we would hope? It is a work and responsibility of God, but scripture also makes it clear that it is partly our responsibility. Over the next few weeks we’ll be discussing some of the issues that we face and the hope that the gospel holds for us.
Freedom is something that is highly prized in society today, but the things which the world offers us as freedom we find causing us harm and/or ensnaring us in addiction. The wonderful truth of the gospel is that God wants us to be free. So, how do we experience this freedom? Listen to today’s sermon.
CLICK HERE to read Galatians 5:13-25 NIV
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