In this talk from Church at home, our guest speaker and friend of CCL Pete Greig shares on the topic of prayer, from Romans chapter 8.
Church at home
For the foreseeable future, instead of meeting in our normal settings, we have moved our Sunday Services online for you to watch with friends and family at home here.
In this talk from our Easter Sunday service, Andy looks at the John 21 account of the disciples encountering the Risen Jesus, and considers what Jesus’ resurrection means for us today.
In this talk from our Church at home service, David talks to us about how we can find peace with God in this challenging time, and how we can live in such a way that we humble ourselves before God, so that He may lift us up in due course.
In this talk from our online Church at home service, Liam Thatcher looks at Jesus’ parable about the wise and foolish builders in the book of Matthew, and offers some tips on how we can ensure we’re building our lives on the rock of Jesus in this current time.
As the church, how do we respond in this time of global uncertainty? In this talk from our first ever online Church at home service, Andy Tilsley leads us to reflect on the scripture in Hebrews 13, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever,” and shares how we can stay close to God in a changing world.
In this talk from our 2020 Gift Day Tim looks at the advice the Apostle Paul gave regarding our attitude to money: be grateful, rather than arrogant; put your hope in God, rather than wealth; and aim to become rich in good deeds, rather than just rich. Doing that will enable us to take hold of the life that is really life.
In this talk from our 2020 Gift Day, David looks at what Psalm 1 has to teach us about living a life of generosity, and how our city and nation can be blessed as a result.
In this talk from our Sutton service, Andy reflects on the Biblical practice of giving, and how we can give out of love for God, rather than duty, and obedience to Him rather than sacrifice.
In this talk from our Bethnal Green service, Joel looks at God’s generosity towards us and how we are called to live generous lives in response.
In this talk from our Sutton service, Pat Copeland reminds us of God’s goodness in 2019 and encourages us to be expectant for what He will do in 2020.
What does the season of Advent have to teach us about waiting in hope? In this talk, Hannah Elwyn looks at the hope we have in Jesus, who is the Light in the darkness.
This year Christ Church London celebrates its 15th anniversary, and in this talk David looks back at God’s faithfulness, and inspires us to dream and pray for what is to come.
In this talk, David shares the vision for the church to be ‘built together’, just as we see in the book of Nehemiah.
In this talk, Andy Tilsley shares the vision for our Sutton service.
Continuing on from his talk on the power of words, Tim Frisby speaks from Luke chapter 8 on the power and importance of our words when we speak to one another about God.
In this talk, Joel Wade shares the vision for our Bethnal Green services.
In this talk, Pippa Fishlock reflects on God’s promise of peace and protection in Psalm 46, and helps us to think about how we can be still before God, and share with Him honestly, in order to fully experience His peace.
In this talk from Easter Sunday, Raphael reflects on the hope we have because of Jesus’ resurrection.
In this talk David shares from Ezekiel 37 and reflects on the vision of dry bones coming to life, which encourages us to surrender everything to God and have faith for Him to move in miraculous ways.
In this talk Tim shares the vision of our Stockwell service, looking back at South London’s rich spiritual heritage and raising faith for what God will do in our day.
In this talk Joel shares the vision of our Bethnal Green service, and asks the question: what do we want to be known for?
In this talk from our Sutton service, Andy shares from 1 Corinthians 1 on how God uses us to fulfil His plans through our faith and obedience, even in our weakness.
In John chapter 4, Jesus speaks of living water that brings eternal life, and promises that those who drink from Him will never thirst. In this talk, Lars considers how we can rely on God’s spirit to bring refreshment in our daily lives, and expect to see Him move in extraordinary ways as a result.
In this talk from our Covent Garden service, Ed looks at how praying together as a community can bring God’s love and hope to our city in 2019.
Christmas brings us together. In this talk from our Central London Christmas service, David considers that the story of Jesus’ birth teaches us how to live together despite our differences.
Many of us are familiar with the general themes of the Christmas story, but a little hazy on the details. But the meaning is found in the details. In this talk from our Bethnal Green Carol Service, Liam reflects on Luke 2 and how the birth of Jesus changes everything.
In this talk from our Empowered service, Liam shares from Psalm 84, and looks at how setting our hearts on worshipping God means we can be refreshed by His presence in every season of life.
At our Love London Sunday baptism service, David speaks on Pentecost and the importance of listening to the Holy Spirit.
In this talk, Joel looks at the importance of cultivating a good heart when it comes to living purposefully, and the steps we need to take to make that happen.
In our fast paced world, we can often get frustrated when God’s ways seem slower than we might like. In this talk, Jonny looks at Paul’s shipwreck in Acts 27 and considers how we can trust God in the process.
In this talk to the Central London service, David uses John 15 to outline the importance of building community in the city.
Continuing the conversation about the type of church community we want to become, Tim reminded us of the power our words have and encouraged us to use them to build one another up and “call into being things that are not” (Romans 4:17).
Christ Church London is one church, with one vision, meeting in four locations. In this standalone sermon, Joel and Dee Wade explore how that vision plays out in our Bethnal Green service.
Christ Church London is one church, with one vision, meeting in four locations. In this standalone sermon, David Stroud explores how that vision plays out in our Central London service.
Christ Church London is one church, with one vision, meeting in four locations. In this standalone sermon, Jonny Blake explores how that vision plays out in our Covent Garden service.
Christ Church London is one church, with one vision, meeting in four locations. In this standalone sermon, Tim and Jacqui explore how that vision plays out in our Stockwell service.
Listen to Andy Tilsley give a special talk at our Stockwell dedication service.