Rich continues our series, “Teach us to Pray” as we look at forgiveness. Rich proposes that ‘forgiveness is the currency of God’s kingdom” and explores three characteristics of forgiveness in the christian faith: forgiveness starts with no, forgiveness is costly and forgiveness leads to life.

Our Daily Bread

Bob continues our series with a look at Matthew 6:11 and explores what Jesus is saying when he tells us to pray for our daily bread.


Our friend and guest, Keld Dahlmann, senior pastor of Aarhus Valgmenighed in Denmark, shares with us on rest and abiding in Jesus. What does it mean when Jesus challenges the laws around Sabbath, calling himself Lord of the Sabbath in Mark 2:23 – 3:6.

Your Kingdom Come

Pete Jobes continues our series “teach us to pray”, as we look at the Lord’s prayer. What does it look like to pray for God’s will to be done in our lives and what does it look like as He establishes his Kingdom?

Our Father

Rich kicks off our new series “teach us to pray”, as we look at Jesus’ outlook on prayer. We start with a look at the idea of praying to “our Father” and what it means to pray to a Father who is holy. Rich looks at coming in to relationship with the Father, receiving it…



For Pentecost Sunday, Rich shares with us from Acts as we look at expecting the presence of God, stepping into the purpose of God and moving in the power of God.

There is More

Connor, our student pastor, also shares on Ephesians 3:14-21. He explores the more of God that Paul is trying to communicate in this prayer: more love, more power, and still… there’s more.

Immeasurably More

Curtis, our media and communications co-ordinator, shares from Ephesians 3:14-21 looking at Paul’s prayer for the early church in Ephesus. How does Paul model a perspective that grapples with the immeasurably more of God?

Built to Belong

Rich brings a look at Ephesians 2 asking the questions do you know you belong to God’s family and do you know your purpose as part of God’s temple?

Death to Life

The Rt. Rev. Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, joins us at The Six this week. Looking at Ephesians 2:1-10, Bishop Paul gives a powerful reminder of the gospel message: we were dead in our sin but now we are made Alive in Christ. Yet, the apostle Paul says there’s even more…