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David's Story, Your Story
2 Samuel: The Story of King David. God was at work in every area and season of David's life: calling and work, marriage and friendship, birth and death. Whatever season of life you are in, may you discover God present and at work in your story too.
June 4: Discernment: David at Hebron - 2 Samuel 2:1-11
June 11: Obedience: David, Uzzah & the Ark - 2 Samuel 6:1-11
June 18: Worship: David & Michal - 2 Samuel 6;12-23
June 25: Covenant: David & Nathan - 2 Samuel 7:1-17
July 2: Love: David & Mephibosheth - 2 Samuel 9
July 9: Sin: David & Bathsheba - 2 Samuel 11-12
July 16: Repentance: David & Nathan - 2 Samuel 12:1-25
July 23: Suffering: David & Absalom - 2 Samuel 3:1-19
July 30: Death: David & Solomon - 1 Kings 2:1-4, 10-12
August 6: Life: David & God - Psalm 27
Who is Jesus? What does it mean to follow him?
Jesus saw the evil and devastation of our world as part of our sinful human condition. He believed that the way for God to restore his goodness and life to his creation would be through an act of sacrificial love for his enemies.
As Christians we celebrate this Good News. With his death, Jesus has taken our sin and corruption upon himself. With his resurrection, he has conquered sin and death. Now he sends us, his followers, to invite everyone to give their allegiance to Jesus: our God who defeated death through his life and love.
April 2: Sacrifice: at the feet of Jesus - John 12:1-8
April 9: Not the King we expected - John 12:12-26
April 16: Risen! - Luke 24:1-12
April 23: Resurrection - Luke 24:36-49
April 30: Hoist the Sails! - Joel 2:28-29, Acts 2:1-4
David's Story, Your Story
God calls Samuel to choose and anoint the forgotten shepherd boy, David, as Israel's new King. Sometimes we feel forgotten, yet, in Christ, God has called and anointed each and every one of us to a new life and calling in Christ.
January 8: Calling: David & Samuel - 1 Samuel 16:1-13
January 15: Work: David & Saul - 1 Samuel 16:14-23
January 22: Imagination: David & Goliath - 1 Samuel 17:2-16,
January 29: Visiting Missionary
February 5: Friendship: David & Jonathan - 1 Samuel 18-20
February 12: Sanctuary: David & Doeg - 1 Samuel 21-22
February 19: Wilderness: David at En-Gedi - 1 Samuel 23-24
February 26: Beauty: David & Abigail - 1 Samuel 25
March 5: Company: David at Ziklag - 1 Samuel 27:1-7;
March 12: Generosity: David at Brook Besor - 1 Samuel 30:1-24; Matthew 24:37-40
March 19: Grief: David in Lament - 1 Samuel 31:1-6 & 2 Samuel 1-4, 11-12, 17
March 26: Visiting Speaker
Advent 2016 God With Us
Advent is the time leading up to Christmas. It is a season of expectation and preparation, as the Church prepares to celebrate the coming (adventus) of Jesus Christ in his incarnation, and also look ahead to his return, when he will come again.
December 4: Turn - Matthew 3:1-12
December 11: Hear and See - Matthew 11:2-11
December 18: Awake and Trust - Matthew 1:18-25
Mature in Christ
Paul encourages Christians to be filled with all spiritual wisdom and understanding, to increase in the knowledge of God (Col 1:9-10). This call to grow is wrapped up in knowing the fullness of Jesus and the reconciliation he has made possible for you and your salvation.
Built By Christ
Did you know that church is not a human idea? In fact, the church is God's idea from the very beginning. We are studying God's vision for his church and discovering why God loves gathering people together in His name.
Jonah - July 2016
Throughout July, we are going to be studying the Book of Jonah, one of the best known, literary and satirical books of the Bible. Jonah is a call to repentance, a call to mission, a call to the city to love those unlike ourselves, and a call to a radical trust in God.
All Things New - Eastertide 2016
He Reigns from a Tree - Lent 2016
In John 18-20, Jesus reveals that he is the true King who gives himself up to death on a cross. Why? That you and I may have life. We pray that you will be encouraged and welcomed as we reflect on God's amazing love for us.
The Giver of Life - Epiphany 2016
Following Christmas, the season of Epiphany is a time of studying the life of Jesus, the one who has been born into our world. This year, we will be exploring John 1-7, as we witness the return of the presence of the Lord, manifested in Jesus, and the ways in which he gives life and light to all humanity.
We invite you to read along in preparation for each Sunday:
Awaiting the Saviour - Advent 2015
This Advent we are renewing our hope in Christ by hearing four texts from Israel's Scripture. We invite you to read along with us in preparation.
Why celebrate Advent?
Advent comes from the Latin word adventus meaning 'arrival' or 'coming'. We celebrate the coming of Christ, and anticipate afresh what his arrival means for us and for all creation. We remember Israel's hope for a Messiah, look forward to the return of Christ (his second advent!), and recognize our need for him in our lives today.