by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Where do our hearts lie? Do we desire to study and share the Word of the Lord? This week, we look through different points in the Bible, to understand what it means to seek the will of God and to do it. If we draw near to God then he will draw near to us. […]

by Jen Perdriau

Jesus is the light of the world. As Christians, the light of God shines within us and can help others to find faith. This week, Jen brings an encouraging message on light and how we can reflect the light of life onto those around us.

by Jill Southern-Jones

Are you going to finish what God called you to do? 1 Corinthians talks about a fire that will test our accomplishments for Christ. Are we living the life He has called us too? Or have we started down the way, only to abandon it or become distracted from it. In this challenging talk, Jill […]

by Gary Gallagher

It’s the reality of life that we have ups and downs, easy times and times where you are struggling to understand why your in the place you in. It’s in those times we often face choices to run to God or to be “over-run” by the situations. In this sermon, Gary looks at how we […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

In this sermon, Jill expounds on Romans 7 and the important of Law and Grace. Are we living a life fused with the gift of Grace that God is offering us? Are we doing things in order to earn His pleasure. No matter how many good things we do in our lives, we cannot earn […]

by Paul Watson

In this Sermon, Paul looks at 1 Kings 5 and the story of Elisha and Naaman. As we remember, Naaman was a commander in Aram’s army and had Leprosy. God healed him when he bathed in the Jordan River at Elisha’s request. At the end of this story, Naaman brings dirt home so his can […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

When we look at our lives or situations that may arise, we can often look at it from a place of seeing the glass half full or half empty. We have to learn to look at it through God’s eyes. In this sermon, Jilly looks at Numbers 13-14, when the Israelite’s have just come back […]

by Peter Horrobin

“Take my life and let it be, consecrated Lord to thee”, is a line from a famous 19th centaury hymn that still resonates with us today. Peter Horrobin unpacks the truth from this beautiful hymn and how it confirms Paul’s second letter to Timothy concerning the need to be set apart and ready for the […]

by Paul Watson

How often do we worry about the things in life that would seem completely normal to the world, but totally absurd to God. If we find ourselves fretting over things like food, clothes and money, there needs to be a re-calibration of our view of God as our provider. Jesus commanded us to “seek first […]

by Ken Symington

How do you love the unlovable? How do you handle righteous anger? Ken Symington shares through the Bible and his life experiences, how to balance anger at the injustices and when to offer grace and mercy.