Sermons (Page 5)

Sermons (Page 5)

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All the sermons below are in date order, with the most recent first.

Grand opening

On 7th April we held a special service to open the new front of the church building, and to rededicate ourselves. We were delighted to be joined by some of the builders, designers and other crafts-people who had made the new front possible. Outside on the patio Andrew reminded us that our building is a gift from God, a tool which God has placed into our hands to enable us…

Mothering Sunday

In a special service for Mothering Sunday we had four contributions. Gill Shaw spoke about the work of WellFound, and the transformation in the lives of women and children in West Africa through the provision of clean water. Gill is a professional photographer and trustee of WellFound. WellFound is a water and sanitation charity founded in 2005 by a member of the church…

Mission update

On March 24th we were delighted to welcome back Simon and Ursula who were sent from this church to work in Ilford. We always look forward to their visits when they report back on their work and on what God is doing. A recording of the sermon is available on request. Please contact

The Great Commission

On 24th February, in a mission focussed service, Paul Bosson spoke about God’s promise to bless all nations through Abraham, and about Jesus’ great commission to his disciples. He went onto talk about how we still have that commission today wherever we find ourselves, at home, at work or overseas. The recording starts with Andrew speaking to Paul and Alison…

Follow me

Last Sunday Andrew spoke from Philippians 2 and asked the question “how do we actually work out our own salvation?” which Paul instructs us to do in verse 12. On 10th February, Chris Justice picked up the theme and spoke about what Jesus meant when he says “Follow me”.