by Paul Watson

In 1 Kings, King Jeroboam is an evil king. He lead Israel into idolatry and away from God. In fact, most kings who failed to follow God’s ways were compared to him. He did much evil in God’s sight. As we read his story, or stories like this, it is easy to think it doesn’t […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

How will you look back in 2017? Was it a year to remember or a year you’d rather put behind you? However last year went, our goal should always be to honour and serve the Lord. In this first sermon of the year, Jill Southern gives five biblical principles that will help us mature in […]

by Paul Watson

Only one life, ’twill soon be past, only what’s done for Christ will last. This is a line from an old poem that resonates through all eternity. Each of us has been given one life, but how will we spend it? Paul Watson encourages us not waste the precious time we have, but to make […]

by Paul Watson

Are you a people pleaser? Can you say ‘No’ to others? Where does this idea of people pleasing come from, and why do we do it? The truth is when we run around trying to please everybody, we end up pleasing nobody. We are called to live for God and please Him, and only in […]

by Alistair Petrie

With the world’s economic uncertainties, political tensions, and increasing immorality, how important is it for believers to make right choices? Is the church negotiating what should be non-negotiable, or is it being salt and light in a dark and hostile world? Rev. Dr. Alistair Petrie delivers a challenging message on the need for spiritual reform […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

Using biblical examples, Jill offers us many practical ways to make good decisions as well as how to avoid making bad ones.

by Darren Gallagher

Sometimes we treat the Christian life as more of a sprint than a marathon, but Darren tells us that those who do this are unlikely to finish well. In this sermon, Darren gives us 8 practical tips to enable us to endure to the end. He bases his 8 points on a recent hiking trip […]