Sermon Series

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Videos of past sermons can be found on our YouTube channel here 

July 25th - Aiming for the Stars!

Sermon notes here.

Home Group Study notes here

July 18th - So many Animals!

Sermon notes here.

Home Group Study notes here

July 11th - A Talking Snake

Sermon notes here.

Home Group Study notes here

July 4th - A Talking Snake

Sermon notes here.

Home Group Study notes here

June 27th - It is not Good for Man to be Alone

Sermon notes here

Home Group Study notes here

June 20th - Keep it Holy

Sermon notes here

Home Group Study notes here

June 13th - Dominion or Domination

Sermon notes here

Home Group Study notes here

June 6th - And it was Good

Sermon notes here

Home Group Study notes here

May 30th - Trinity

Home Group Study notes here

 

The Service Rota for June and July with details of preachers, intercessors and readers etc can be downloaded from here

Our 10.00 am Sunday Services are currently looking at:

'In the beginning: Lessons from Genesis 1-11'.

The book of Genesis is a fascinating text. It is alien and familiar all at once, exciting in us a sense of awe. It belongs to a long-forgotten age, touching upon themes that resonate deeply with the human psyche such as origins, morality, and purpose. 

And yet the early chapters of Genesis, in particular, have long been the subject of great critique.  We may well ask ourselves, "How can these things be taken seriously by the modern mind?" and "How can these things be believed in the light of contemporary science?"  These are good questions, and they long pre-date the vapid rhetoric of the "New Atheists," and even of the enlightenment.  So how are we to engage with the themes of creation, fall, and flood? 

This term, we will be looking at Genesis 1 - 11, with a degree of sophistication lacking in the adolescent critique that owes more to scientism than the actual scientific method.  We will be engaging Genesis as a theological text, and not a scientific manual.  In so doing, we will connect with contemporary concerns like ecology and responsibility, the origins of morality, and the human quest for ascent. 

 

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