Let Hope Rise

Pete looks at Luke 24:13-24 as some of the early disciples travel to Emmaus after the crucifixion. How and why does Jesus choose to reveal himself in a certain way? What happens to the disciples when Jesus meets with and spends time with them?

Wide

Rich explores the idea that the Gospel is wider than we ever imagined as we explore the story of Cornelius and Peter in Acts 10.

Radical Change

Danny, our Curate, looks at the Radical conversion of Saul on the road to Damascus in Acts 9. What does Saul learn when faced with the reality that Jesus really is who he says he is? What does this mean for Saul’s life? What does it mean for our lives?

Unstoppable Church

Rich takes a look at the beginning of Acts 8 when the church comes under persecution and is forced out of Jerusalem. How do the disciples react? What do they learn about God and the Gospel?

Power & Godliness

Rich takes us through Peter and John’s encounter with  lame man at the gate called beautiful in Acts 3. How is it that Peter has become so confident in the name of Jesus? What does Peter know about himself and about God that allows him to ask the onlookers, “why does this surprise you?”

Lessons from Jonah

The Rt Revd Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, takes us through the book of Jonah, looking at the responses of the various groups of people to what God is doing.

Go

Rich opens a new term and a new series with a look at the Lord calling Abram in Genesis 12, and then Jesus commissioning the disciples in Matthew 28.

Lead Us & Deliver Us

Rich brings our “Teach us to Pray” series to a close with a look at Jesus words in Matthew 6:13, “lead us not into temptation but deliver us from the evil one.” He looks at how Jesus addresses both our internal struggle with temptation and our experience of evil in the world that is external…

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Forgiveness

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.