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Mar 2017

The whole of scripture tells a story about a God who has generously poured out his love on each of us. It began in the creation story in the Book of Genesis as God formed man from the dust of the ground, as He put him into His own incredible garden with an abundance of good food to eat and then as He provided him with a close companion called woman. Even when the man and woman turned their backs on Him, God in His grace continued to keep reaching out and providing a way for humanity to remain in close relationship with Him, as evidenced through the continuing story in scripture. His generosity towards each of us is witnessed once again in the sending of His One and only Son, not to condemn us but to save the world through Him. Jesus was the embodiment of God’s gracious generosity and today it demands a response from us. Join us in our new series as we investigate how we might live out and reciprocate His generosity in the area of our time, tithe and even in the use of our talents.

Who are you? Discovering your identity in Christ.
Feb 2017 - Mar 2017

Our sense of self-worth is often shaped by the identities that our world/culture want to give us. For example, the world/culture says we are valuable because we are married, or we have a job, or we own a house, or we have finished university or a post-graduate degree, or we are popular, or we are beautiful. While none of these things is wrong, our sense of self-worth should never be found in what we DO but in WHO we are in Christ. In other words, what we DO is not WHO we are. Our identity is received, not achieved. 

And what we dwell on has the capacity to shape what we believe to be true about our lives (Proverbs 23:7 NKJV). With this in mind, we want to start our year as followers of Jesus Christ focussing on our true identity, In the end, it's because of WHOM we are that we DO what we do. 

Summer 2017
Jan 2017

Each of us has different things in our lives that we are willing to prioritize. As we start the New Year, some of us will make health and fitness an absolute priority. Others of us will prioritize the importance of family and endeavour to bring some balance back into our busy lives, and others of us will focus on our spiritual growth as a follower of Jesus and make this a matter of great importance or priority. What will you prioritize as you move into 2017? 

Christmas through Heaven's eyes
Dec 2016

The lead up to Christmas always provides us with a great opportunity to take a fresh look at the events surrounding the birth of Christ from a variety of different viewpoints. Over the years we’ve looked at the Biblical account through the eyes of Joseph, Mary, the shepherd, an innkeeper as well as some wise men from afar. We’ve looked at the Christmas story from all of these different perspectives, but this year we’re going to peel back the curtains from heaven and endeavour to see the story this year through their eyes. 

BIG Questions; Real Answers Part 2
Nov 2016

Living a distinct life as a follower of Jesus in this world can be a challenging task. Each day is often filled with a variety of issues that leaves us wondering how we should respond to the BIG questions in life.
Join with us as we look at this theme again - tackling more BIG questions and finding more real answers from God's Word: the Bible. 

Missio Dei
Sep 2016 - Oct 2016

Mission is a word that often means different things to different people. What should the ‘Mission Dei’ (i.e. the mission of God) look like for us as a church as we endeavour to fulfil our vision of reaching our city, state, nation and globe for Christ?
Well over the next five weeks, we will be exploring a story recorded in Luke 10 that involves the sending of the 72. We’ve called this series ‘Missio Dei’ and
we hope it will inspire each of us to think afresh about our calling to make a difference, both across the street and around the globe, as followers of Jesus Christ.

BIG Questions; Real Answers Part 1
Jul 2016

Living a distinct life as a follower of Jesus in this world can be a challenging task. Each day is often filled with a variety of issues that leaves us wondering how we should respond to the BIG questions in life.

Focussed on what really matters - Romans 8
Jun 2016 - Jul 2016

The letter that was written by the Apostle Paul to the Christ-followers in the city of Rome is packed with many powerful truths. Nestled in the middle of this ancient letter is a section that deals with the big issues you and I often face in life: Grace or Guilt, Spirit or Flesh, Hope or Despair, Fear or Faith and Victory or Death. Our study through Romans 8 will help us focus on what really matters as we endeavour to live and love like Jesus.

One Another - Loving God; Loving Others
Apr 2016 - May 2016

Relationship with God offers the precious opportunity to live in His presence, converse with Him and know Him more. God does not need us as He is Complete in Himself. The Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit have a beautiful, perfectly collaborative relationship sometimes referred to as ‘the dance of God.’

And yet, God made us, and went to great lengths to redeem us, for relationship with Him. Part of this intimacy, is the awesome privilege of partnering with God in prayer and seeing lives changed, healed and set free!

E.M. Bounds said “Talking to men for God is a great thing, but talking to God for men is greater still.”

Jesus said the world would know we are His disciples: by our love for one another. We have the incredible benefit of sharing this journey together as brothers and sisters in Christ and bringing one another before the Lord in prayer. John Calvin said “To make intercession for men is the most powerful and practical way in which we can express our love for them.”

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