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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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The with-us God part 1

Matthew 1:1-16

Today we start a new series on Matthew; this begins with the genealogy of Jesus. The birth of Jesus is a new beginning, and fulfils God’s promises.

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The with-us God part 1

Matthew 1:1-16

Today we start a new series on Matthew; this begins with the genealogy of Jesus. The birth of Jesus is a new beginning, and fulfils God’s promises.

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The Bible in its entirety.

Today is an unusual service as this time, instead of focusing on one or two chapters in the Bible as is customary for each service, our focus is on the Bible in its entirety. We look into the 7 most impactful moments in the Bible starting from Genesis 1 all the way to Revelation 22. In general, the 7 most important moments are as listed:
1) God creates everything
2) Rebellion against God
3) God calls Abraham
4) God gives them a king
5) Message of Hope
6) Birth of the Church
7) The final part.


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Finding God in the Storms of Life - Part 11.
A study on 1st Peter.

“run to Jesus”

1st Peter chapter five is where we find ourselves in our series on the book of 1st Peter . Words of wisdom are given by Peter to the leadership of the church and they encourage a life of service and humility.


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Remembrance Sunday

“we must remember the sacrifice”

This Sunday is very special as it’s the centenary of the ending of the Great War. We meet together to remember and honor the fallen. We welcome one of our church members Andrew Dewar Durie who leads us in our service of remembrance.


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Finding God in the Storms of Life - Part 10.
A study on 1st Peter.


“God is more interested in our character then our comfort”

So then to part ten in our study of the book of 1st Peter. This week we look at chapter 4:12-19 on Christian suffering. The passage tells us not to be surprised when we experience suffering. Can difficulty and suffering in our lives ever be a good thing? Suffering draws us closer to God and can often be the motivation we need in our Christian lives to break the barriers that hold us back.


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Finding God in the Storms of Life - Part 9.
A study on 1st Peter.

“Forgiveness is not an emotion it’s a decision”

We continue our “Finding God in the storms of life” series on the book of first Peter. Week nine brings us to chapter four. It’s time to focus on God and Peter talks of leaving our old lives behind and separating our self’s from the selfish attitudes and sinful lives of the past. But above all we need to have Christian love for one another, be a praying church having and using our gifts to serve the Lord in the church and in reaching out to others.


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Guest Speaker
1 Kings 18:20-45

Today we welcome Ruth Kennedy to lead us in our service of worship. We turn our attention to the story Elijah on Mount Carmel.

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Finding God in the Storms of Life - Part 8.
A study on 1st Peter.

“He died once and for all”

Our series on the book of 1st Peter continues as we enter week eight, 1st Peter 3 18 -22. A difficult passage taking you from Jesus’s suffering through to his ascension into heaven.


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Finding God in the Storms of Life - Part 7.
A study on 1st Peter.

“Are we prepared to suffer for our Christian faith?”

Our series on the book of 1st Peter continues as we enter week seven, 1st Peter 3 10 -16. Many Christians around the world often suffer persecution for their faith, the reading says to rejoice for what is to come.


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John 4:1-14.
“There is a season for every activity under heaven”

In today’s sermon, we’re reminded on how totally dependent we are on God’s provision. How we acknowledge and act upon the Lord’s provision will determine what will become of our future, hence the phrase, “We reap what we sow.” In order to reap a good harvest, we are called to “look,” “pray” and “go” in our journey with God. It is easy to reap a poor harvest due to how easily subjected we are to the troubles of this world, but do not lose heart. For the Lord wants us to be reminded of how much He loves us and how much He has given us. Both rain and sun are required to produce a good crop, and as long as we stay faithful will we be able to reap a good harvest.


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Finding God in the Storms of Life - Part 6.
A study on 1st Peter.

“a God given description of marriage that is consistent with the rest of Scripture”

Our series on the book of 1st Peter continues as we enter week six. 1st Peter 3 1-12. So perhaps a controversial passage in today’s modern culture. How are we to view this text? It's set in early Christian Roman times and speaking to women who have a Christian faith but also have unbelieving husbands. So the message here is not one of inequality but one of living a Christian life as a shining example and witness to the people around you.


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Finding God in the Storms of Life - Part 5.
A study on 1st Peter.

“When they hurled their insults at him, he did not retaliate; when he suffered, he made no threats. Instead, he entrusted himself to Him who judges justly.”

In the 5th part of our series of readings from 1 Peter, we turn to chapter 2 verses 11 to 25. Peter calls us to live as “slaves” for the Lord our God. This means that we are to live good lives, yield to authority and follow the Lord’s steps. As we lead such lives, we aren’t to retaliate with worldly actions when confronted with worldly opposition, but respond with the Father’s goodness. Otherwise, we would only be living as “slaves” to the world. It is so easy to be influenced by our worldly troubles, temptations and desires, but if we put the Lord first in our lives, turn to Him in times of hardships and allow Him to influence our lives, then we will be able to live a life full of hope, goodness and love.


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