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Below you can find a list of past sermons that have been recorded from our Services.

God Is Our Refuge (Psalm 46)


  • The effects of COVID-19
  • Historical background of Psalm 46

A.Begin with who God is:





  • Be encouraged by who God is and how He relates to us in our troubles
  • The church, as the place of refuge, strength and help to those in need.

B.God is in the midst of us in times of trouble and needs

C.Be Still

1.An invitation to trust (vv8-9)

2.A Command to obey – Be Still (v10)


  • “Stop fighting”
  • Pause and Think – Selah!

Waiting For The Lord (Psalm 31)

Introduction 1.Not A Slumbering God Our Adversities Today Sleeping God? 2.God Who Sees and Knows 4 Ways God is Caring and Powerful 3.Trust and Wait for the Lord The Psalmist’s 4 Responses to God. Summary Reflection: What are you fearful and anxious about? In what ways has God been caring and powerful? Tell God about… Continue Reading

Living Right Side Up (Hebrews 12:28-13:6)

Introduction Living right-side up in an upside down world. 1.Why offer a life of worship? We have receive an “unshakable kingdom” 2.What can we offer to God as acceptable worship? a.Love, hospitality, care (13:1-3) b.Honour marriage and sexual purity (13:4) c.Do not love money and be content (13:5-6) “I will never leave you nor forsake… Continue Reading

Growing in Faith, Hope and Love (Hebrews 10:19-25)

Why We Can Draw Near to God (19-21): Jesus body and blood (sacrifice) gives us confidence to enter the holy places Jesus is our great priest The Application to Our Faith (22-25) Draw near to God Hold fast the confession of our hope Encourage one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet… Continue Reading

Hope that Anchors Our Soul (Hebrews 6:11-20)

Main Point: We have a hope that is sure and steadfast, anchored in God’s promises and in Jesus. Introduction: Worldly hope vs biblical hope A. A Hope That Is Anchor to our Souls (v11-20) I. What is Biblical Hope? II. The Certainty of our Hope III. The Response to Hope: a. Grow in faith and… Continue Reading

A Call to Enter God’s Rest (Hebrews 4:1-13)

Main idea: God desires His people to enter His rest so as to receive spiritual blessedness but this requires obedience on our part. The Promise of God’s Rest is for the Faithful (v1-10) Entering God’s rest is an obedient response to God’s Word (v11-13) Challenge: Make a commitment to keep the Sabbath rest from today onwards. Continue Reading