Faith leaves a legacy. In this talk, Andy Tilsley considers the lives of Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. None of them saw the fulfilment of their promises within their lifetime, but each left a blessing for the next generation to follow in their footsteps.
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.
Abraham received promises from God that seemed incredible. Without knowing how they would be fulfilled, he left his home, trusting God. In this talk, David considers how faith enables us to follow God, even when stepping into the unknown.
Before there was a cloud in the sky, Noah took God at His word, and began building an ark. In this talk, Jo Wells draws lessons from Noah’s example of entrepreneurial faith.
In the first talk of our series on Living by Faith, Liam Thatcher looks at the strange story of Enoch, and considers what it means for us to ‘walk with God’ on a day to day basis.
In the gospels Jesus displayed a life of gentleness – of being gentle with those around him, and with both the weak, and the strong. In the final talk of our Good Fruit series, David Stroud teaches on this fruit and how we can be gentle towards others in this time.
In the penultimate talk of our Good Fruit series, Andy looks at the temptations we may be facing during lockdown, and how we can overcome them through watching and praying, just as Jesus taught his disciples.
Guest Speaker Krish Kandiah from Home for Good shares five reasons why Christians should fight racism, and shares God’s design for unity and diversity which is displayed throughout the Bible.
Kindness is one of the fruits of the Spirit mentioned in Galatians 5, and is also one of the words Paul uses to describe love. In this talk, Joel looks Jesus’ example of loving-kindness in the gospels and how we as His followers can live the same way.
In the Bible there are many examples of God’s people fasting in response to a crisis. In this talk, Liam looks at the Biblical principle of fasting, and the different ways we can fast as a response: to grieve, to repent for sin, to show solidarity with the oppressed, and to pray for protection and victory.
On Pentecost Sunday, Guest Speaker Ele Mumford spoke to us about the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Acts chapter 2, and how we can be filled with God’s Holy Spirit and power today, to help us share the Gospel.
In this talk, Lars looks at the fruit of Patience that Paul describes in Galatians, and considers how patience is perfectly demonstrated in the life of Jesus, as trust, hope, and perseverence.
In Psalm 23, God is described as the good shepherd who walks with us, provides for us, and protects us, in both good times and in hard times. In this talk, Liam looks at the fruit of goodness and faithfulness displayed in Jesus’ life, and how this can bring us peace whatever we are facing.