Service Archive

Service Archive

All our previous services can be found on our YouTube channel. Below is a sample of the most recent services. If you’re looking for this week’s service, click here. We also have an archive of previous sermons (pre-Covid). Finally, extra study questions from each week can be found on our House Group area.

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30th may

On 30th May we opened our building for a ‘live’ Gathering with a small congregation. It also went out live on Zoom. A recording of the service is below:

https://youtu.be/ByhxNguWlZE

23rd may

https://youtu.be/nnQ-_psNYA0

9th May

2nd May

25th APRIL

https://youtu.be/gOm_Gq3V538

18th april

https://youtu.be/0jJWyDZ4D7E

11th April

https://youtu.be/XyaIDmQcPts

Holy Week

On Maundy Thursday we set up three prayer stations in the church building (11.30am-1.30pm, 7-8pm). Below are some photos of the spaces and a PDF containing the reflections (slightly edited for being at home). We hope it is helpful.

Good Friday Reflective Service

4th April 2021 – easter sunday

Hallelujah—Christ is risen!!

https://youtu.be/IDhwPmVef8E

28th MARCH 2021

https://youtu.be/lN4kr2xW8E8

21st MARCH 2021

https://youtu.be/6nZQCWa7YkA

14th MARCH 2021

https://youtu.be/ys1XpVfZJ8M

7th MARCH 2021

https://youtu.be/lnz0-amS2cY

28th february 2021

https://youtu.be/gtvFu4MNjwI

21st february 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zzmudcej_k

14th february 2021

https://youtu.be/z_mSlSpmcWQ

Questions to ponder

You are invited to use these questions however is helpful to you in reflecting on our service. When we follow a series, we also offer some further study notes for those who want to go a little deeper. These can be used individually or in groups — however works best for you.

  • Review your journey with Christ. How have you grown in your relationship with him over the last few years? Give thanks for the ways He’s been forming you. If you can’t ‘see’ any, ask others who know you well and pray about it.
  • Are there areas of your life that take precedence of living for Christ? Take time to repent of these and ask the Holy Spirit to help you realign your priorities.
  • If your heart’s desire is to live a whole life of worship, are there areas that need to be reformed—at work, at home, in your family, friendships, community? Pray about what this looks like—be realistic about how much you want to change in one go. Seek the encouragement and accountability of others.
  • Whilst gathered worship can help shape us within God’s big story, the fire and motivation in our hearts really overflows from our genuine love and gratitude for all God has done for us. Which aspects of God’s character and/or his plan of salvation ‘wow’ you each time you consider them?

7th february 2021

https://youtu.be/7HufGZy8qxw

Questions to ponder

You are invited to use these questions however is helpful to you in reflecting on our service. When we follow a series, we also offer some further study notes for those who want to go a little deeper. These can be used individually or in groups — however works best for you.

  • What story are you letting shape your life? Are you open to letting God’s word transform you by the renewing of your mind (Rom 12:2)?
  • Are there ways you need to invite the Spirit to help you speak words of blessing over others (James 3)?
  • How’s your prayer life in the everyday flow of life? What can you do to prompt yourself to turn your eyes to Jesus? How are you praying for the Kingdom of God to come on this earth in your community?
  • In what ways are you standing alongside those who need to be heard in the way you use your spoken or written words, in prayer and in action?

SERVICE: 31st January 2021

Questions to ponder

You are invited to use these questions however is helpful to you in reflecting on our service. When we follow a series, we also offer some further study notes for those who want to go a little deeper. These can be used individually or in groups — however works best for you.

  • Do you agree that your everyday actions can be transformed by gathered worship (through the work of the Holy Spirit)?
  • Brother Lawrence spent at least 15 years in the kitchens of his monastery doing something he had ‘a great natural aversion’ to for the love of God. What one thing do you do well with your hands? What one thing do you not enjoy doing? What does it look like to do both of these things ‘in the name of Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him’ (Col 3:17)?
  • In what one way could you pray for a fresh vision for a practical situation (at home, at work, in your family life, in your community) to more fully live out this call of whole life worship?
  • Often it’s only when we look back that we can see how far we’ve come. Think of some examples of how your practical life has been shaped by your spiritual growth. Take time to give thanks to God.
  • The Christian Aid videos spoke of “Faith in action”. If you could change one thing in all of this broken creation, what would you want to see more in line with ‘heaven on earth’? What one step could you take this week to invest in that God-given passion?

SERVICE: 24th January 2021

https://youtu.be/8h-3_5wMt7g

Questions to ponder

You are invited to use these questions however is helpful to you in reflecting on our service. When we follow a series, we also offer some further study notes for those who want to go a little deeper. These can be used individually or in groups — however works best for you.

  • How is your ‘UP’ relationship with God — not just on a Sunday but throughout the week: your time reading/listening to his word? Your time in prayer? Your time resting in his presence?
  • If we allow God’s big story to shape our story, in what one area of your week do you need to gain a new perspective? How do you need Jesus to refocus your lens to see that situation/relationship/issue as he does? How could you be praying his Kingdom vision for your frontline?
  • Perhaps you could take a line out of Revelation 21 and develop this into a prayer, ‘I looked out and I saw a new heaven and a new earth, where…’ “…there was peace in my office”; “…where my neighbour was no longer ill”. How will you pray this prayer for your frontline?

SERVICE: 17th January 2021

https://youtu.be/wGXXctM43dg

Questions to ponder

You are invited to use these questions however is helpful to you in reflecting on our service. When we follow a series, we also offer some further study notes for those who want to go a little deeper. These can be used individually or in groups — however works best for you.

  • This week has given an overview of the topic whole life worship so you are bound to have questions. However, is this a way you have thought about worship before?
  • Where are you on a scale of 1-10 in terms of whole life worship (1 being ‘I’m not even a Sunday worshipper; 10 being ‘God shapes everything’)?
  • Are you already aware of any areas of your life that do not aligned with God’s will? Pray about this and ask the Spirit to help you become more like Jesus.
  • Thinking about Romans 1-11, what are some of the highlights for you of what God has done for us?

SERVICE: 10TH JANUARY 2021

https://youtu.be/GnxiGQIBXC4

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

You are invited to use these questions however is helpful to you in reflecting on our service. When we follow a series, we also offer some further study notes for those who want to go a little deeper. These can be used individually or in groups — however works best for you.

  • Reflect on 1 Peter 2:21. How does this verse (and the section around it) influence your understanding of suffering?
  • In an interview, Joni Eareckson Tada (who lives with disability — short video about her here) said this: “If God being good means he has to get rid of sin, it means he would have to get rid of sinners. God is a God of great generosity and great mercy, so he is keeping the execution of suffering. He’s not closing the curtain on suffering until there is more time to gather more people into the fold of Christ’s fellowship.” What do you think about this?
  • Amazingly, Andy’s illness has given him new opportunities to share the gospel. However, this didn’t happen over night. For most, when facing a significant life change, we will go on a journey with our faith; doubt is common in Christ’s followers (see John 14:5-9) and suffering can envelop us in a kind of spiritual darkness that makes us forget all we know about God and his goodness. How might John 14:10-11 strengthen our faith?
  • Share with others a time when you’ve felt far from God. What helped bring you back? If you’re not back yet, what would help you on your journey? Spend some time praying for each other.

Previous Discussion Questions

All previous discussion questions and links to related sermons can now be found on our House Group page.