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... actively engaged in God's movement of making disciples.

Speak Lord, for your servants are listening.

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Serving a God who speaks
From the beginning of time, God has spoken to humanity.  Through different means and to diverse audiences, God is a God who communicates.  And we believe that He still speaks to us today.  But in the middle of the busyness and noisiness of life, do we hear what God is saying to us?  Our heart for ChristChurch is that we will be like Samuel, who as a boy heard the voice of God calling him by name and gave his life to serving his King.
Our desire for us as individuals and as a church is that we would hear what God is saying to us, and that this message will transform our service to God's Kingdom and deepen our personal relationship with the God who speaks.  To do that, we want to look at some of the ways that God spoke in the Bible, both Old and New Testament.  This is not meant as an academic adventure for us to attain more knowledge.  Instead, we aim to retune our ears to hear the various ways that God still speaks today.  If we expect that God has a message for us, we won't be surprised if He uses a verse, an encouragement, a sermon, a song or even a donkey to speak to us.  We long to hear what God is saying to us through His Word and His Spirit, and ask you to pray with us as we echo Samuel:
Speak Lord, for your servants are listening.

Serving a God who speaks

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From the beginning of time, God has spoken to humanity.  Through different means and to diverse audiences, God is a God who communicates.  And we believe that He still speaks to us today.  But in the middle of the busyness and noisiness of life, do we hear what God is saying to us?  Our heart for ChristChurch is that we will be like Samuel, who as a boy heard the voice of God calling him by name and gave his life to serving his King.

Our desire for us as individuals and as a church is that we would hear what God is saying to us, and that this message will transform our service to God's Kingdom and deepen our personal relationship with the God who speaks.  To do that, we want to look at some of the ways that God spoke in the Bible, both Old and New Testament.  This is not meant as an academic adventure for us to attain more knowledge.  Instead, we aim to retune our ears to hear the various ways that God still speaks today.  If we expect that God has a message for us, we won't be surprised if He uses a verse, an encouragement, a sermon, a song or even a donkey to speak to us.  We long to hear what God is saying to us through His Word and His Spirit, and ask you to pray with us as we echo Samuel:

Speak Lord, for your servants are listening.......

To listen on a Laptop/Desktop, tablet or mobile click here iPads (2).jpg

Date Title Speaker
12 April God speaks through… Jackie Whyte
19 April A Plan and a Ram (Abraham) Andrew Morrell
26 April Dreams and Interpretation (Joseph) Ken Clarke
3 May A Voice Calling us by Name (Samuel) Andy Barr
10 May The Arts (David) Jackie Whyte
17 May Fire and a Whisper (Elijah) Helen Warnock
24 May (Pentecost Sunday): The Giving of the Holy Spirit TBA
31 May Walking and Talking and Miraculous Moments (Jesus) Andy Barr
7 June (All-Age): Dramatic Conversion (Saul/Paul) Judith Agnew
14 June The Canon of Scripture (Stranger on the Road to Emmaus) Andrew Morrell
21 June Miraculous Works of the Spirit (Early church) Jackie Whyte
28 June Believers to Seekers (Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch) Paul Griffith