This evening, during our time of Communion, Gordon Thomas encourages us from Luke 2 – a familiar Christmas account of good news being proclaimed to shepherds. Gordon encourages us through this Christmas scene, that God came to win peace.
This morning, Stephen Dunford, preaches on our Sunday morning theme: Worship! He looks at the area of sung worship – what we spend a lot of our time doing as gathered Church, and why it’s not only incredibly important, but hugely beneficial.
This evening, in our Communion service, Simon Morris encourages and challenges us as followers of Jesus to examine our response to Him.
Whilst assent to worship God with song, or heart, or lifestyle is one thing; how do we react to the call to worship with our money too? This morning Craig Hopkins explains how the worship of God, that frees us to be all that we were created, saved and meant to be, also frees us […]
This evening we launch the first of our three-session BibleWorks series, which looks at our aims as a Church family here. As we long to increasingly be Brackla Tabernacle: where God is known, we do so with the intention of everything we do, we do for the glory of God. Tonight, Stephen Dunford commences our […]
This morning David Dando explores what it means to worship, and how we all worship something. David challenges us that misdirected worship to things or objects or beings that aren’t worthy of it, fails us miserably. But, in worshipping God through Christ, our hearts and lives are utterly transformed.
As we gather to celebrate Communion this evening, Joseph Thomas, encourages us from John 14 and that Jesus Christ is more than ‘the Way’ to God – He is the truth and the life also, and that followers of Jesus can have confidence in Him and in sharing His message.
This morning, our Lead Pastor, Craig Hopkins commences a new Sunday morning preaching series entitled, ‘Worship!’ Today Craig looks at Deuteronomy 6 and the great command of God that we are to Love Him with heart, mind and strength.
This morning Stephen Dunford looks at Joshua 24 and asks us about what we have in store this year.