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Our sister Marion Moreland passed into the presence of Christ this morning and so we reflected on the great truth of the Communion of Saints – sealed in Christ and unbreakable by death. I believe in the holy catholic church: the communion of saints: The forgiveness of sins: The resurrection of the body: And the…
We’re continuing our study of Ephesians in 5:15-19, a reminder of the urgency that surrounds the grace given us in Christ, It’s easy to be foolish with money, with our words, and even with our friendships – but dangerously easy to be foolish with our time. Be very careful, then, how you live–not as unwise…
Christians use it all the time, but what does it mean? “Amen” is a thoroughly biblical word with a rich significance. Join us this evening as we try to grasp something of that meaning.
We’ve been thinking about the offices that Christ fulfilled, which is just a way of thinking about what he did, and continues to do for us. This Sunday evening we plan to reflect on how Christ serves as a prophet … as the prophet.
Family life is difficult and often fractured in our world, so what significance does the fact that God put a command to honour our father and our mother in the heart of his covenant with Israel?
This evening at our Bible study we’re going to start a brief series looking at a few of the words the are unique to the Christian vocabulary. These words are important because they are the language of our prayer and worship. We begin with ‘Hallelujah’
On Sunday evening, as we think about about the various roles and offices that Jesus fulfilled, we’re going to be reflecting on Christ as priest.
Tonight at our Bible study and prayer meeting we’re looking at the last of the Beatitudes, the one that brings it home, “Blessed are you …”