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Baptism

Baptism

The New Testament gives only two simple ceremonies for the Church to conduct. The first is communion. The second is baptism. Baptism is not necessary for salvation but every Christian should be baptised. Baptisms are conducted at our Sunday evening services. It is an occasion when those who are being baptised can invite their friends and family to witness their baptism, and when they can declare publicly their faith in Jesus Christ. It is an important and memorable moment in their lives.

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God Our Saviour - Studies in 1st Timothy

God Our Saviour - Studies in 1st Timothy

This letter presents two reasons for Christ's incarnation: (i) to save sinners (1:15) (ii) to manifest God in flesh (3:16). This is the basis of the two key themes of 1st Timothy. The focus of the first half of the letter is on how God works to save this world from the damage caused by sin. In the second half (starting 3:16) the theme is godliness. Godliness involves living in the world, but living for the world to come.

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Mission Weekend 2018

Mission Weekend 2018

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From Suffering To Glory - Studies in Mark Part 2

From Suffering To Glory - Studies in Mark Part 2

Part 2 of Mark exposes the full range of deep-seated fault lines in human heart, in individuals and in societies. Christ’s determined journey in the face of these attitudes opens up the road which He calls His disciples to follow. As Peter said later: “Christ suffered for you, leaving you an example, that you should follow in his steps.”

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Hope In Adversity

Hope In Adversity

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The Names Of God - Part 2

The Names Of God - Part 2

The Bible uses more than one name to describe who God is. Throughout the Old and New Testaments, many names and descriptive titles are used to tell us what He is like and what He does. These four studies take four names, and look at who He has proved Himself to be throughout history, and how those attributes relate to our own relationship with Him.

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