At one of Israel’s greatest feasts, Jesus stood up and declared that everything they were celebrating – light, freedom and deliverance – all pointed to him. In this sermon, Lars looks at Jesus’ claim to be the light of the world, come to illuminate us and lead us to life.
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Jesus miraculously fed 5,000 people, and whilst the crowds were marvelling, he used that miracle to make his first I Am saying. In the first talk of this series, Jo Wells considers Jesus’ claim to be the bread of life, the one who meets our deepest hunger.
Paul’s parting words to the Colossians encourage them to be prayerful, watchful and thankful, using our time and our words wisely. In the final talk of our series, Raph considers how we should seek to live, helping others to find faith in Jesus.
In this talk from our Church Summer Retreat, David Stroud shares the four foundations that define our community as Christ Church London: commitment to God, a longing for His glory, shared vision and values, and loving relationships.
Romans chapter 5 paints a beautiful picture of God’s loving pursuit of His children. In this talk from our Church Summer Retreat, Andy takes us through this passage and draws out what it means to truly know God’s love, and to boast in the hope of the glory of God.
The word repentance can often have negative connotations. But in this talk from our Church Summer Retreat, Hannah looks at Psalm 51, which shows us that repenting can actually be a beautiful act of bringing our whole selves to God – our sin, our pain, our suffering – and finding He meets us with love, forgiveness and acceptance.
As part of our Church Summer Retreat, Joel Wade shared this message from James chapter 3, looking at what it means to live our lives with the wisdom of heaven.
The good news of Jesus changes everything. Paul says we have died with Christ, been raised with him, our lives are now hidden with him, and we will appear with him in glory. In this talk, Nicole unpacks the significance of the gospel and considers what it looks like to live now as the people we will become: a new humanity.
In chapter 2, Paul addresses some of the things that were tempting the Colossians away from Christ, and shows how Jesus’ death and resurrection have overcome them. In this talk Sarah reflects on Paul’s teaching, and helps us consider what forms of self-made religion may tempt us similarly today.
The amazing mystery of the gospel is that Christ now dwells within us, and he works within us to bring us to maturity. In this talk from our Stockwell service, Adam looks at how Paul describes his own life and ministry, and considers the implications for our own lives.
The amazing mystery of the gospel is that Christ now dwells within us, and he works within us to bring us to maturity. In this talk, Ed looks at how Paul describes his own life and ministry, and considers the implications for our own lives.
Paul’s letter to the Colossians begins with an epic poem, celebrating the supremacy of Christ – the creator and redeemer of all things. In this talk from our Stockwell service, Trevor unpacks this poem and helps us to marvel at the wonder of who Jesus is and what he has done.