Pastor Melanie kicks off a new series by inviting us to let go of the things that are keeping us stuck. She talks about the importance of letting go of the old so you can enter into the freedom Christ has for you.
In Part 3 of our Sow Good series Pastor Paul talks about how we are all under the blessing of Abraham and that just like Abraham, we are called to let the blessing flow through us to others.
In Part 2 of our Sow Good series, Pastor Melanie shares how God enables us to have all we need and more so we can share what we have with others and that each one of us has a part in this.
Kicking off our new series, Sow Good, Pastor Melanie draws from Galatians 6:9 to encourage us to keep going and sowing good seed even if we can't see any fruit, because at the right time we will reap a harvest when we don't give up.
In this instalment of the Twogether series, Stuart Gilding talks about the value of feedback. He shares three key things you can do to get and use feedback for the benefit of your relationships.
Pastors Melanie and Paul Marshall candidly discuss marriage and the differences between men and women. By looking at various scriptures, they show how men and women can navigate these differences to fulfil the needs of their spouse.
Pastor Gordon Moore joins us this week and talks about the four rules of relationships. He shares how keeping to these rules can lead to better and more fruitful relationships with all around us.
Tim Madden takes us into the second instalment of our Twogether series by looking at some of the things we naturally do that can damage relationships. He then gives us some tools to fight these defaults so we can love those around us.
Pastor Melanie kicks off a new series all about relationships. This Sunday she shares about how we are made to be in relationship and that to have meaningful relationships it needs to be about more than just us.
We celebrate the resurrection by being reminded of God’s relentless love. Pastor Melanie shares about His great love for each one of us as it was shown in the parable of the prodigal son.
On this Good Friday Pastor Melanie shares about the power of Jesus’ love for us. She reminds us we are all valuable to Him by looking at the incredible encounter He had with one of the criminals who was crucified beside Him.
Stuart Gilding joins the evangelism series and speaks about the importance of prayer in preparation for sharing the Gospel with friends. He talks about first praying for spiritual blindness and strongholds to be removed, and then, when the moment comes, sharing the Good News.
Pastor Melanie kicks off a new series on evangelism by looking at how we can reveal Jesus to those around us. She shares three key things for us to be when we are with people who don’t yet know the Gospel.
Pastor Mark Kelsey visits us this Sunday and speaks about the importance of bringing people to Church. He highlights five key things Jesus did that empowers the Church to rescue those who don't know Him.
Pastor Paul Marshall joins the Work Your Habits series with a great message about the cues that set off habitual reactions. He looks at how the disciple Peter’s responses changed when his habits became more reflective of Jesus’.
Tim Madden continues the Work Your Habits series. Tim outlines how sowing little things like good habits in your life will bear the fruit of a strong character and destiny.
Pastor Melanie preaches the first message in a series on the power of habits. She explains the importance of habits and how they can be worked in our favour if we allow God to transform our thinking.
Pastor Paul finishes the 'why we do what we do' series with a message on community. He explains that as the church, we all share a common unity in Christ. Pastor Paul encourages the church to embrace community and relationships with one another.
Pastor Melanie brings a message of hope straight from Romans 15:13 - "I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit."
Ps Melanie continues the 'why we do what we do' series with a compelling message on why serving in church is so important.