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Not my will but yours

Joel Wade 16th June 2024

In this talk, Joel explores the powerful and intimate prayer of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane. What was Jesus asking for? And what was the will of the Father?


The Last Supper

Paige Evans 16th June 2024

Discussed the historical, redemptive, and personal significance of the Last Supper in Luke 22, and looked ahead to the hope we can have in Jesus’s death, resurrection, and His kingdom to come.


Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane

Andy Tilsley 16th June 2024

In this talk, Andy examines how followers of Jesus can navigate the dark night of the soul. He explores what prayer is primarily for, and how we find hope in the midst of dark times.


Compassion Sunday

Tim Robertson 09th June 2024

As a church, we’re delighted to partner with Compassion in their work to bring lasting change for children living in poverty. This week, Tim from Compassion speaks to us about God’s heart for compassion, justice, and mercy.


The Last Supper

Ligia Mladin 09th June 2024

In this talk, Ligia Mladin looks at the past and present significance of the Lord’s Supper, and its powerful symbolism of Jesus’ future Kingdom.


The Prodigal Son

Sam Luck 09th June 2024

This week, Sam Luck looks at Jesus’ famous parable of the Prodigal Son, and what it communicates about God’s love and compassion.


Jesus Enters Jerusalem

Paul Conrathe 02nd June 2024

Paul speaks to us from Luke 19:28-44, which describes Jesus entering Jerusalem.


Galatians 3

Seb Lannuzel 02nd June 2024

Seb opens up Galatians chapter 3, and the contrast between living by the law, and living by grace. He shares some of his own story of discovery of God’s grace, and its power to change your life.


Healing of the Ten Lepers

Natalie Powell 26th May 2024

Natalie looks at the story of Jesus healing the ten lepers in Luke 17:11-19 and talks about the lessons learnt from the Samaritan leper on vulnerability, faith, and gratitude.


King Josiah: A Vision for Renewal

Joel Wade 19th May 2024

For our 2024 Gift Day, Joel explores the story of King Josiah (2 Kings 22-23) and what it means for our purpose and vision as God’s people in today’s world, and for generations to come.


Rebuilding for Revival

Helen Marasha 12th May 2024

For our 2024 Gift Day talk, Helen looks at the story of Elijah and the prophets of Baal, and how Elijah rebuilt the altar of God before pouring out a costly sacrifice upon it. We consider what is of worth to us, what we have bowed the knee to, and how we rebuild God’s altar in our own lives while longing for Jesus to meet us through his Spirit with revival fire.


The Parable of the Shrewd Manager

Joel Wade 12th May 2024

For our 2024 Gift Day, Joel Wade unpacks the enigmatic parable known as the Shrewd Manager, and how stewardship and generosity are part of what it means to follow Jesus.


At His Feet

David Stroud 12th May 2024

For our 2024 Gift Day, David Stroud looks at the story of Mary’s anointing of Jesus in John 12:1-11 and shows how Mary challenges us to an extravagant response to God’s goodness, in our worship, our generosity, and in the way in which we live. 


Resisting Mammon

Adnan Khan 12th May 2024

For our 2024 Gift Day, Adnan Khan looks at Jesus’ teaching on Mammon from Luke 16:13. We unpack what Mammon is, how it opposes the abundant life God intends for us, and how our generosity as disciples resists Mammon’s power.


The Running Father

Kenny Crawford 05th May 2024

Kenny Crawford continues our series on the gospel of Luke, diving deeper into the parable of The Running Father, more famously known as the parable of The Prodigal Son; an exploration of the depth of God’s love, the heart of grace, and an invitation to follow Jesus’ example.


Healing of the Ten Lepers

Catherine Ishola 28th April 2024

Catherine Ishola unpacks the story of the Ten Lepers, highlighting three key lessons we can learn: 1. A call to the marginalised, 2. A call to walk by faith, and 3. A call to have an attitude of gratitude.



David Stroud 28th April 2024

David Stroud looks at Joshua 1, using the example of Moses and Joshua to teach how the church should move forward in our New Chapter ahead.


Prodigal Son

Nicole Lewis 21st April 2024

Nicole Lewis continues through our series on Luke, recounting the familiar parable of the Prodigal Son, and pausing to reflect on how we can often identify with both sons in the story. 


You, Me, Us

Lars Due-Christensen 21st April 2024

Inspired by Paul’s famous community prayer in Ephesians 3:14-21, Lars takes us on a practical journey into the motor of all important relationships exploring the three crucial questions we are all asking and which we are all being asked.


Parable of the Tenants

James Copeland 14th April 2024

James Copeland unpacks Luke 20:9-19, and the challenging parable Jesus tells about the tenants in the Vineyard. He looks at what this meant for Israel, and what this might mean for us today to be God’s tenants and the temptation to do away with God and seize power and control for ourselves. 


Parable of the Shrewd Manager

Joel Wade 14th April 2024

Joel Wade continues through our series on Luke, unpacking the enigmatic parable known as the Shrewd Manager, and how stewardship and generosity are part of what it means to follow Jesus. 


The Narrow Door and Sorrow for Jerusalem

Natalie Powell 11th April 2024

In our series on the Gospel of Luke, Natalie looks at Jesus’ warnings about salvation in Luke 13:22-35 and explores what it means to “make every effort to enter through the narrow door” of God’s kingdom. 


The Coming of the Kingdom of God

Danny Webster 07th April 2024

In our series on the Gospel of Luke, Danny Webster teaches from Luke 17:20-37 about the coming of the Kingdom of God.


Jesus Heals a Blind Man at Jericho

Philippa Long 07th April 2024

In this talk Philippa Long explores how hope in the promises of God forges our hope through darkness and when met with the grace of Jesus it unlocks our deepest healing.


Easter Sunday

Andy Tilsley 31st March 2024

Andy Tilsley teaches from Luke 24:1-8 for Easter Sunday.


The Pharisee and the Tax Collector

Barry Clist 24th March 2024

As we continue our series through the gospel of Luke, Barry Clist speaks on Luke 18:9-14 on the story of the Pharisee and the tax collector.



Natan Mladin 24th March 2024

In our series on Lent through Luke, Natan Mladin looks at Jesus’ encounter with Zacchaeus the tax collector, and how his call to follow Jesus brims into a life of generosity and gratitude.


The Rich Man and Lazarus

Andy Tilsley 24th March 2024

In our series on Lent through Luke, Andy Tilsley looks at Jesus’ story of the Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31), and explores our attitude to money, those in need, and our very real need for relationship with Jesus. 



Adnan Khan 17th March 2024

In our series on Lent through Luke, Adnan Khan looks at how Jesus calls his disciples to pray with confidence and humility, believing that God is good in character and hears our prayers not due to our merit but his mercy.