Join us for worship this Sunday (7 August)

Dreaming, Nebuchadnezzar gropes for his crown. Artist unidentified.
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.
 

Pentecost 9 is a Prayer, Praise and Proclamation service. Our sermon series Kingdoms in Conflict (from the book of Daniel) continues, and Len preaches Daniel 4: Pride Goes before A Fall.

Join us for worship this Sunday (31 July) at 10am

There are certain Jews whom you have appointed over the affairs of the province of Babylon: Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. These pay no heed to you; O King. They do not serve your gods and they do not worship the golden statue that you have set up.” Daniel 3:12

This Sunday Pentecost 8 is a Prayer, Praise & Proclamation Service. Our sermon series Kingdoms in Conflict (from the book of Daniel) continues, and Richard preaches Daniel 2: A Defining Dream.

Click here to see upcoming sermons in this series. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iNarq9up1IKpYhrx14jMGoyHOMaRvbfG/view?usp=sharing

Join us for worship this Sunday (24 July) at 10am

Daniel’s vision of the four beasts emerging from the sea (from L to R): 1. Lion with eagle’s wings, 2. Three-fanged bear, 3. Four-winged leopard, 4. A ten-horned beast with iron teeth “different than any other.” Hands from heaven grasp the wings of the first beast representing the divine judgment. Artist: Luigi Sabatelli, 1809. Rijksmuseum.nl

This Sunday Pentecost 7 is a Holy Communion Service. Today we continue our sermon series Kingdoms in Conflict (from the book of Daniel) and Gordon preaches Daniel 2, A Defining Dream.

Although God’s people had been defeated by the Babylonians, 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 on Sunday (17 July) at 10am

Today we start a new series of sermons Kingdoms in Conflict, from the book of Daniel. This book was written to encourage God’s people following their defeat at the hands of the Babylonians. Despite outward appearances, 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 such as Daniel and his three friends, and mystified by strange visions and prophecies. Above all, we will be 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.

Pentecost 6 this Sunday is a Holy Communion Service, a wonderful opportunity for us all to draw close to God because of his mercy towards us in Jesus. By faith we feed on Christ in our hearts and ask the Spirit to fill us afresh, that we might faithfully serve and follow our Lord all our days. Richard will preach from Daniel 1: Witnesses in Exile.