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The Jonah Series (May 2017)
May is when we hold our annual Pledge Campaign. This month we are going to look at the story of Jonah. We will (re)discover what an amazing God of grace we serve, and how He sends us to be His voice of truth and mercy in the world. And we will face the fact that we are not always willing partners in His kingdom mission. We will see how this affects us, and the world. But ultimately we will see how God’s grace exceeds our weakness, and how He graciously intervenes to rescue and restore us and the world. For God so loved the world that He sent Jesus… but also Jonah, and you and me!

I AM Statements of Jesus (March/Apr 2017)
Jesus made some very bold statements about Himself. For Lent and Easter we will focus on The “I AM” statements of Jesus, and see how only Jesus can meet all our needs.

Hearing the Voice of Jesus (Feb 2017)
As followers of Jesus we believe that Jesus continues to lead and guide us by His Spirit. He speaks to us through many means and ways, but it is always His Spirit speaking into our hearts and minds with what we need to know to live with, like and for Him. But do you recognize His Voice? When He speaks, do you receive what He is saying? And how do you respond, what do you do with what He says?

The Body of Christ (Jan 2017)
The bible often uses the image of the human body to describe the church. We will be focusing on Ephesians 4:1-16 this month. We will see how God unites a team of unique Jesus followers together so that they can be equipped to fulfill His mission, to rebuild His kingdom and to build up His family on earth.


“Praise and Prayer for our Church” (Jan 1, 2017)


The First Songs of Christmas (Dec 2016)
This month we will join in singing the original Christmas songs as found in Luke 1-2. From Ave Maria to Magnificat, from Benedictus to Gloria. Through each song we will be reminded of the good news of Jesus, the hope of the world!


The Kingdom of God Series (Sep 2016 –>)
How would you answer the question what is the kingdom of God? The kingdom was central to Jesus’ message, yet so many Christians do not know what it is. This year we will take a closer look at what the kingdom of God is.


The Book of Esther Series (April 2016)
In this series we look at the intriguing story of Esther. Please take the time to read this story, and as you read, see if you can find where God is in the twists of turns of the plot. At first glance, God is nowhere to be seen… but then again!


The Gospel of Mark Series (Sep/Oct/Nov 2015, Feb/Mar 2016)
How well do you know Jesus? How well do you understand His message? Join us as we read through the Gospels of Mark and Luke this year.  You are encouraged to read a chapter each week, and to spend time discerning what the Lord is saying to you, and what you need to do about it.


The Gospel of Luke Series (Dec 2015, Jan/Feb 2016)
How well do you know Jesus? How well do you understand His message? Join us as we read through the Gospels of Mark and Luke this year.  You are encouraged to read a chapter each week, and to spend time discerning what the Lord is saying to you, and what you need to do about it.


Real Life Discipleship (June 2015 Series)
Let’s be honest. Sometimes the way the life of a disciple is described sounds so disconnected from the daily life we live every day. What does it mean for me to live as a Jesus follower in the ordinary, boring, humdrum details of my own life? What we need is discipleship for real life, for ordinary people like you and me.


What On Earth Am I Here For? (May 2015 Series)
God created us for a purpose. Jesus came for a purpose. Jesus restores us for God’s purpose. Do you know what your life purpose is? Are you living it? What happens if you refuse to live for God’s purpose? Join us for the coming weeks as we explore “what on earth I am here for.”


This Is My Story (Apr 2015 Series)
Too often the first chapters of Genesis are lost in debates about creation, evolution, history and myth. Yet these ancient stories have a lot to tell us about ourselves. Believe it or not, these are our stories. They help us to understand who we are and why we are here. These stories also help us understand Who Jesus is, and why he came. When we understand our stories in light of God’s story, our stories are more likely to end well.