Join Us for Worship This Sunday (4 September) at 10am!

Daniel’s Vision | Rembrandt van Rijn

This Sunday, Lindsay preaches from Daniel 8, Not by Human Hands. This is a Prayer, Praise & Proclamation service. There will also be a prayer meeting at 5pm.

God’s people had been defeated by the Babylonians, but all was not lost. God was still on his throne and “sovereign over the kingdom of mortals” (Dan 4:17). Throughout our series  we will be inspired by heroes of faith, mystified by strange visions and prophecies and, above all,  reminded of the greatness of God and his  kingdom that will never pass away. May these studies in Daniel be a blessing to us all.

Join Us for Worship This Sunday 21 August (10am)

Daniel’s Prayer 1865 Sir Edward Poynter 1836-1919 Presented by Gilbert Dalziel 1924 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/A00832

This Sunday, Lindsay preaches from Daniel 6 Unafraid in Prayer. This is a Prayer, Praise & Proclamation Service.

God’s people had been defeated by the Babylonians, but all was not lost. God was still on his throne and “sovereign over the kingdom of mortals” (Dan 4:17). Throughout our series  we will be inspired by heroes of faith, mystified by strange visions and prophecies and, above all,  reminded of the greatness of God and his  kingdom that will never pass away. May these studies in Daniel be a blessing to us all.

Join us for worship this Sunday (14 August) at 10am, a Holy Communion service.

Our sermon series Kingdoms in Conflict (Readings from Daniel) continues, as Kamran preaches Daniel 5: The Writing on the Wall.

Picture credit: Jane Lazenby
God’s people had been defeated by the Babylonians, but all was not lost. God was still on his throne and “sovereign over the kingdom of mortals” (Dan 4:17). Throughout our series  we will be inspired by heroes of faith, mystified by strange visions and prophecies and, above all,  reminded of the greatness of God and his  kingdom that will never pass away. May these studies in Daniel be a blessing to us all.