Fully Alive: Resilient Living in a Fragile World: 1 Thessalonians 2:13-20

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When trouble comes to our lives, where can we find the strength to endure it? More than that, how can we face difficulty in a way that doesn't destroy us but transforms us?

We continue our series through 1 Thessalonians and discover how the gospel actually creates resilient people.

Fully Alive: A Community of Truth & Love | 1 Thessalonians 2:1-12

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In a culture often defined by disconnection and loneliness, where can we find examples of what strong community can be? And where do we find the resources to be a part of it?

Continuing our series in 1 Thessalonians 2:1-12, we find a model of gospel-centred community, balancing both truth and love, and what that means for our lives.

Fully Alive: How the Gospel Changes You | 1 Thessalonians 1:5-10

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Though many long to see change in the world around us, what kind of change needs to take place within us? And how can we know we are changing in the way we should?

From 1 Thessalonians, we discover the signs of true change and how the gospel brings it about, in and through us.

Fully Alive: What Renewal Looks Like | 1 Thessalonians 1:1-4

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In a restless and conflicted world, how can we cultivate an authentic and healthy spiritual life? How does the good news about Jesus bring life to every area of life?

We begin a new series by looking at 1 Thessalonians 1:1-4 exploring how the gospel brings about faith, love and hope.

First Things: A Faithful Presence | Titus 3:1-8


Does it really matter where Christians live, work and gather? What difference does it make?

In Titus 3:1-8 we explore why the presence of the church matters, why your presence matters, and what priorities we must embrace to not only bring good news to our neighbours but experience personal transformation along the way.

First Things: Why Community Matters | Hebrews 10:14-25


We all long for friendship and community, and yet there is a rise in individualism and isolation within our culture. In what way does Jesus not only transform our idea of community, but also the very core of our own lives? 

First Things: Knowing & Loving Jesus | John 21:15-22


With a new year comes new opportunities– and new obstacles. How we face them all is a matter of priorities. What are some of the priorities of the Christian life and how can they be practised?

We begin the first few weeks of 2019 by exploring key passages in the New Testament on what it means to be a follower of Jesus, seeking the renewal of our city.

Your Hope Restored | Isaiah 40:1-5; 27-31

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As we look to the year ahead, what reason do we have to hope? In the face of pain in our own worlds and the world around us, how do we hold onto the hope that the gospel offers us?

As we end our year and look to the one to come, we see how God responds to the questions we hold within, and calls us to hope in Him alone.

Advent: The God Who Gives Us Light & Life | John 1:1-14

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The gospel writers describe the arrival of the son of God as light overcoming darkness. In what way is our world in darkness? And how is the coming of Jesus in the world and our lives a light that darkness cannot overcome?

As we continue our advent series in John 1, we discover what the arrival of Jesus means for the world and for our lives.

Advent: The God Who Gives Us Grace | Matthew 1:17-25

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What does the familiar story of Christ’s birth teach us about our truest needs and God’s grace? Our Advent series continues in Matthew 1:17-25 exploring how the Christmas story is not about inspirational principles, but life-changing news.