Last week we heard about our identity, today Craig Hopkins explores the reality of our meaning, that comes from relating with others. Where ultimate meaning is found is within a dynamic relationship with God; the God who speaks. Craig looks at 1 Samuel 3 and examines our ability to filter heaven’s whispers and know and […]
Today, Craig Hopkins looks at Matthew 9:9 and the dramatic decision of Matthew to leave everything and follow Jesus.
It’s the first Sunday of 2019! The launch of our Small Groups has happened (Sign up via our small group page now!) and Craig Hopkins encourages us to make encountering Jesus the priority for our individual and corporate life this year.
This weekend we’ve welcomed people to our Christmas Carol Services: Here Comes Heaven. Our Lead Pastor, Craig Hopkins, shared this Christmas message with us – ‘Do not be afraid!’
Today, as we launch into Advent, Craig Hopkins looks at the opening of the New Testament, the record of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, and unpacks some of the grand themes from some sentences that if we read them, we quickly skip past.
What a day to be in Church! We promoted our upcoming Christmas events, launched our 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting and listened to one of our friends explain how she’s about to go and do mission in Malawi! During our Church gatherings too, our Lead Pastor, Craig Hopkins, talked about the future of our […]
Today, in our penultimate ‘When you pray…’ session, Craig Hopkins explores the reality of temptation, and why Jesus includes it in his great pattern prayer. You can read the passage that Craig will be looking at here – Matthew 6:5-18.
In a season of evaluation, Craig Hopkins examines the thought of what it is Jesus is looking for? Examining three accounts in Mark’s gospel, Craig helps us understand that giving God what’s God’s frees us.
Seasons of change and newness give an opportunity of evaluation. What’s God’s evaluating standard? This morning Craig Hopkins looks at John 15 and questions our fruitfulness.
Today Craig Hopkins looks at the concept of Rest; by looking at Hebrews 4, Craig looks at how obedience releases the followers of Jesus to share in God’s best for them.