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Recorded Sermons

Recorded sermons are available as streaming audio and download from the links below via SoundCloud.

Sermons from the past 3 months are listed below. Go to our
SoundCloud page for the most recent sermons and an archive since April 2016

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Answering Life’s Hardest Questions: Part 7
Ecclesiastes chapter 6
“How do we live our short lives?“
As we continue with our study in the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon looks at different aspects of life. There’s a tough side to life and we should value it, it is usually the more difficult times in life that shape us. There’s a tempting side to life and we should avoid it, patience is better than pride, don’t be quick to anger, and don’t always be looking back. There’s a spiritual side to life and we should embrace it, wisdom is a shelter.


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Answering Life’s Hardest Questions: Part 6
Ecclesiastes chapter 5:8-20
“How much money is enough?“
As we continue with our study in the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon asks us what we hope wealth will bring; more satisfaction or significance. What wealth really brings; more worries and responsibilities. What does God want me to do with my wealth; be grateful and be generous. As we reflect on these points, we should ask ourselves what would Jesus say to us.


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Answering Life’s Hardest Questions: Part 5
Ecclesiastes chapter 5:1-7
“Would I rather be at my own home, or be with the household of God?“
As we continue with our study in the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon challenges us in four aspects of our lives; how we listen, how we speak, how we respond and how we worship. As we carry out those challenges, not only would they benefit our own well being, but also reflect the character and essence of God.


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Answering Life’s Hardest Questions: Part 4
Ecclesiastes chapter 4
“Where is God when bad things happen to good people?”
The study of the book of Ecclesiastes continues as we look at chapter four. So then another difficult question that we face in our everyday Christian lives as we look at the world we live in. Ecclesiastes looks at the bigger picture where the Lord will bring justice, where the church is not a bunch of lonely people but a community of people joined together in Christian fellowship supporting and encouraging one another.


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Answering Life’s Hardest Questions: Part 3
Ecclesiastes chapter 3
“If you love God then there are things you must hate.”
The study of the book of Ecclesiastes continues as we look at chapter three - its theme is timing. Throughout our lives we have many seasons and challenges but if we only acknowledge our God in the good times we miss out on so much. This chapter is a great guide to walking with God throughout our all the times of our lives.


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Answering Life’s Hardest Questions: Part 2
Ecclesiastes chapter 2
“I discovered three million web pages starting with the word happiness.”
The study of the book of Ecclesiastes continues as we look at chapter two. Its theme is finding happiness. So no pressure then! It’s one of life’s greatest questions and in chapter two Solomon lists his efforts to achieve happiness which included building projects, money and life’s pleasures. These however yield no lasting satisfaction and are ultimately described as meaningless. Once again we see that Ecclesiastes shows a contrast of a world with and without God and a hope of salvation.


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Answering Life’s Hardest Questions: Part 1
Ecclesiastes chapter 1
“Think of Ecclesiastes as a book written on a Monday morning“
Today we start a new series on the book of Ecclesiastes entitled “Answering life’s hardest questions.” It’s a book that does not shy away from the troubles in the world however there is one great phrase that is constantly repeated “under the sun.” On first appearance the book seems down and depressing and describes life as meaningless but that’s the "under the sun" world. Ecclesiastes compares life without God (under the sun) to a life with God where we know the hope and salvation of Jesus.


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Joshua 24:14-24
We welcome Anthony Weld Forester in our service of worship today.


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Palm Sunday
“I will never understand Gods love”
John 3:16
We meet together as a fellowship to celebrate Palm Sunday. The message today is focused around one of the New Testament's most famous verses John 3.16 and God’s love for us with the glorious message of hope we have.


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What kind of judge is God?
“If God came to our world today without Jesus would he find any one of us just?”
Genesis Chapter 18
We are very excited to welcome one of our members Tom Miller who speaks to us on the famous Bible story of Sodom and Gomorrah. When it comes to preaching Old Testament stories on judgement it’s fair to say that in today’s politically correct world it’s a difficult thing to do. Yes our God is one of justice and judgement but we have our glorious saviour Jesus. However, we must take hold of Gods salvation for us today and not leave it too late.


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From Tragedy to Triumph Part 3
“what would Jesus do?”
Isaiah 53
It’s the final part in our mini series on Isaiah chapter 53. We study verses seven through twelve and see in Isaiah’s prophecy the injustice of what happened to Jesus on the cross. We are the guilty ones and he has taken our place on the cross. What is our response?


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From Tragedy to Triumph Part 2
“he did not die because he could not help it”
Isaiah 53
It’s the second part on our mini series on Isaiah chapter 53. Our pain, punishment and place on the cross has been taken by Jesus’s sacrifice for us. In our day to day lives we all struggle with issues and problems that’s the human condition, but how do we embrace Jesus’s victory on the cross and see it worked out in our lives?


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From Tragedy to Triumph Part 1
“…I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”
Isaiah 52:13 – 53:3
Today is the start of our new mini-series of Bible reading from Isaiah chapter 53, From Tragedy to Triumph. We start off our reading from chapter 52 verse 13. It is stated in this passage that Jesus’ didn’t appear to His audience as they expected. Because of His unattractive physical appearance and ordinary background, the people of that time found it hard to accept His message, and many despised and rejected Him. This is an indication of how the essence of God turns our worldly views of greatness upside down. Despite how He was treated, Jesus poured out His Life and died for our sins anyway because of His infinite, genuine love for us.


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Joyful on the Inside Part 11
“Jesus is better than there letting on”
It’s our penultimate study on the book of Philippians and as we look at the passage Paul gives advice to the church on conflict in our lives. It’s to rejoice in the Lord always to be of the same mind and realise that God is near. If we focus on what is wholesome and righteous and put them into practice our walk with the Lord and with Christian bothers and sisters will blossom.


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Joyful on the Inside Part 10
“Jesus is better than there letting on”
It’s our penultimate study on the book of Philippians and as we look at the passage Paul gives advice to the church on conflict in our lives. It’s to rejoice in the Lord always to be of the same mind and realise that God is near. If we focus on what is wholesome and righteous and put them into practice our walk with the Lord and with Christian bothers and sisters will blossom.


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