We’re delighted today to welcome Pastor Ivan Parker, Senior Pastor of Ty Gwyn, Llanelli and National Leader Designate of the Apostolic Church. Ivan, a good friend of Brackla Tabernacle’s, refreshingly helps us encounter joy and teaches us how to cultivate joy within our lives.
This is Elle’s story which she shared at our Sunday service on the day she got baptised.
A joy to have Tom Clewer, Pastor of Grace Community Church Porthcawl, leading us through this brilliant message on the shield of faith as we continue looking at the armour of God in Ephesians 6.
We’re delighted to welcome Andy Tilsley from ChristChurch London to preach from Isaiah 52
We’re delighted to welcome Tim Howells, Church leader of Bethel, Carmarthen. Tim preaches from 2 Chronicles 20 and helps us understand what happens when we choose to worship God whatever our circumstances.
We’re delighted to have Mark Chenery, pastor of Queensbury Life Church and Chairman of ActionOverseas. Mark talks to us from Galatians 5-6, and the freedom given us to carry each other’s burdens. During his talk, Mark references two clips that can be looked at here – clip #1 and clip #2
Today we’re joined by Scott Wellard of RopeChapel, Liverpool, to talk from Matthew 28, to explore the current scene of Christianity in the UK, and how the Church can respond.
Today, a special day for Brackla Tabernacle, part of the Apostolic Church family of churches, as our Lead Pastor, Craig, was recognised and ordained as an apostle. Tim Jack, National Leader of the Apostolic Church, David Wade our former Senior Pastor and Simon Taylor, of Oakwood Church Taunton were present to ordain Craig. Simon then […]
Today we’re thrilled to welcome Simon Taylor, leader of Oakwood Church Taunton, and one of the senior leaders of the Apostolic Church UK. Simon preaches from Luke 5 and both encourages and challenges us in our following of Jesus.
We’re excited and privileged to welcome Pastor Tim Jack, National Leader of the Apostolic Church UK today. Tim helps us not only to remember the reality of today’s international significance (100 years since the signing of the Armistice that ended the Great War), but to also remember some of the foundational realities of faith.