NETS is unlike most other ministry training programmes – it combines biblical teaching, practical training, workshops, mentoring, conferences, personal prayer ministry, worship, discipleship, evangelism and much more to bring a rich understanding and experience on which to build a fruitful life of ministry for Jesus Christ.

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

It’s no secret that the UK is in desperate need of prayer. With many uncertain on the future of Brexit, it’s clear that we need God to work in this land. How do we pray when there are no easy answers? This weekend Jilly Lyon-Taylor explores this question, by looking at how Jesus taught us […]

by Jen Perdriau

Promises are a very important theme in the Bible, with many people making covenants and statements of intent throughout scripture. But the most important promises to be found come from God. This week, Jen Perdriau takes us through the different promises that God makes in Scripture to his people, distinguishing them from the promises that […]

by Russ Gant

God works in seemingly hopeless situations – Is your vision of what God can do in and through you big enough? This week, guest speaker Russ Gant walks us through the well-known passage in Ezekiel 37, where Ezekiel sees God transform a collection of dead, dry bones to into a living army. Join us as […]

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 Diane Watson

In this message, Diane Watson unpacks Isaiah 53 and takes a look at the example of mankind being like sheep in the Bible. Are we hearing the Good Shepherd’s voice? Or are we wandering away like sheep to find pasture on our own?

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 Jill Southern-Jones

Jesus demands total surrender. No compromise, no turning back! In a world where it’s so easy to give in to the temptations and oppositions life throws at us, how should we, as followers of Jesus, behave? Jill Southern addresses the need for radical Christianity (which is actually normal Christianity) in a world full of compromise […]

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

God has created us with a sense of justice. And when we are treated unjustly or unfairly, then it is our normal response to become upset or angry. But what happens when we feel that God has dealt with us unfairly? Listen as Paul speaks from Matthew 20, the Parable of the Workers in the […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

We are the light of the world, not because we have our own light, but because we reflect Jesus Christ, The Light Of The World. There is gathering darkness in these days, but we are God’s people and as it gets darker we need to shine all the more brightly.