Richard talks about a pre-lockdown trip to Italy and how it inspired his faith.
Phil Griffiths one of the member's of our Church, tells his story of how he came to faith in Jesus
Donald looks at why Jesus withdrew to be by himself and thinks through the benefits to us of doing the same from time to time, whether we live a quiet life on our own, or a hectic life with others
Cath reflects on how God has created us to be the unique people we are with a specific role to play in his world.
Deb looks at how the Sabbath gives us the chance to embrace God in such a way that we come away with some of his scent rubbed off on us...
Shelagh and our band sing a live version of the powerful hymn "It Is Well With My Soul" from a recent livestream, With a reading from Psalm 62 we reflect on the peace God brings deep within, despite troubles on the surface of our lives
Georgie reflects on her ancestors and the influence they have had on her family and the importance of her name.
Paula talks about some of the things that hold us captive and how God helps us to be free.
Jesus doesn't want to be made King so he withdraws. What kind of King is he and what kind of Kingdom does he have? Donald explores, and then digs deeper by asking Donald some tough questions
Deb looks at how our church scored highly in the area of rest, but also how we could improve even more in this area and how resting can be a missional activity.
Enjoy the presentation we showed in a recent livestream of pictures and words people sent in of their baptisms. It is introduced by Cath and features music from Tim Hughes.
Donald explains why he loves this song, even when other's don't
Helene talks about some of the difficulties she has faced recently and how God has been with her and helped her.
Donald notices something he has never seen before - in the feeding of the 5000 Jesus tells the disciples to collect the leftovers to make sure "nothing is wasted". Why did God make too much and then want nothing wasted? Donald...
Katherine talks about her struggles to feel good enough and find peace and then sings the song "You Say" as it has helped her see the truth of who she is and how God sees her.
Deb looks at what ceasing on the Sabbath looks like, telling a couple of stories and reading a poem to illustrate the place we're in and where we could be!