Here are some of our more recent teaching series in case you would like to catch up on talks you have missed.
Our teaching theme for 2019 is The Good Book.
Catch up here on recent one-off talks.
In the run up to Christmas each year we take stock and consider how we can demonstrate compassion to those around us and give thanks for all that Jesus has done for us.
A teaching series on the book of Romans
Our teaching theme for 2018 is Prayer. We'll learn through teaching and Small Groups. We'll pray alone and pray together.
A series of talks, articles and resources on the topic of prayer and fasting.
Our teaching theme for 2017 is exploring the question 'Who is Jesus?' by looking at the gospel of Mark.
Is God interested in how I handle my money and possessions? What does the bible say about spending or debt? How can I become a generous person? This series is made up of really helpful talks and resources which address these issues.
For 2016 our teaching theme is “a culture of invitation”. We will add to this series every few weeks over the course of the year.
The greatest storyteller ever. We love to read and laugh and learn from the stories that Jesus told. Here are a few talks about them.
'Caterpillars and Butterflies'. It's all about how things change when we encounter Jesus. Easter 2016.
Short talk series January - February 2016
A short series about 'taking stock'. January 2016
What difference does it make to have God “with us” – our December teaching series including the Carol Service message.
Restoring relationship is at the heart of God's purpose for us. Just as our relationship with Him needs redeeming, so do our relationships with each other.
Following Jesus is a team sport. Although we need to get fit on our own we also grow as disciples when we do life together. 3 talks on how the Big Group, the Small Group and Reaching Out helps us mature as followers of Jesus.
Look left, look right, look around you: A series about doing life together.
Teaching series on the book of Proverbs. June - July 2015
What is Church?
A teaching series from March-April 2015