by Jill Southern-Jones

For this teaching, we look at two of the most iconic miracles in the Matthew’s gospel: The Feeding of the Five Thousand and Jesus walking on the Water. Faith often requires active participation, as we often face decisions that depend on how much we trust in God. Do we have Faith for the impossible? “The […]

by Nykolay Zagoruiko

For this service, Nykolay explores the topic of food, diving into scriptures where we can begin to understand how God provides us with all the nourishment we need. Jesus said that his food is to do the will of God. Do we live in the same way? Or do we fill ourselves on junk food […]

by Jen Perdriau

This week, we delve into how we can exercise our spiritual lives to seek first the Kingdom of God. In order to interact with the physical world around us, we need to use our five physical senses. Therefore, if we want to interact with the Spiritual world around us, we need to learn to use […]

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

In this sermon, Jen explores the Song of Solomon. Often a confusing book, that may shy away from, Jen shares about how it’s story mirrors our walk with God. There are highs and lows, mountain tops and valleys, but through it all God’s love and patience never fails. He is waiting for us to let […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

In this inspirational talk, Jill challenges us whether we are willing to be a polished arrow ready to be used by God. Often we aim to be in the bow, ready to be used, and can be frustrated by time in the quiver. However, when we are in the quiver, it is a place of […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Because of what Jesus has done for us, the veil has been torn and we are able to enter into the presence of God. This is a remarkable thing to be treasured, but are we truly entering in? What does this being in God’s presence offer us as believers? Jilly Lyon Taylor looks at Hebrews […]

by Morna Gillespie

The catalyst for true Christianity is found in John 15. Jesus said to His disciples “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; Remaining in Christ wasn’t a command just for the 12 apostles but also for us today! If we […]

by Jen Perdriau

When we are learning to ride a bike, it is important that we prepare. We need to be wearing the helmet and using the training wheels to learn how to ride. However, there comes a time when we need to step out and ride confidently. This is like our Christian walk. God wants to help […]

by Gary Gallagher

Are you tired? Are you worn out? Are you so busy working for God you’ve forgotten what it really means to rest in God? True disciples of Jesus will be known by their fruit. Yet so often we equate baring fruit with producing fruit. They may sound the same, but the differences are huge. We […]