What does it mean to be an Easter people/resurrection people? As we reflect on the resurrection, on the passage from Luke 24 around two followers of Jesus walking to Emmaus, we look at how Jesus meets us in our life. We consider how we encounter God and how God can transform our life to the point of wanting to share this Good News with others. Where does this story interconnect with your story?
Come and explore the Pentecost story with us. Do you need the wind of God to blow? Are you in a false peace?
John James brings us a great look at the Ascension and the place of scars in our life.
For Mother's Day we're exploring John 15:9-17, Jesus command for us to love one another and our transformation from servants to friends because Jesus has treated us as a friend by sacrificing his life for us.
Greater love has no-one than to lay down their life for their friends.
God is love, but Christianity isn't always. This is a huge dilemma for Christianity. If Christianity doesn't produce loving disciples shouldn't we dismiss it? John tackles this front on and calls us to Christ's way, not our way.
A powerful proclamation of 1 John 4:7-21 by Paul Clark
Jesus; willing sacrifice or victim of cosmic child abuse? Are such memes the product of W.E.I.R.D people? Isn't a willing sacrifice a heroic act? Hear Paul Clark bring a powerful message covering Anzac Day, Jonathan Haidt and the Good Shepherd, John 10:11-18
Doubting Thomas usually steals the show. Not this year, Pastor Paul Clark explores Jesus' appearance in a locked room, and asks, what locked room of our life needs an appearance of the resurrected Christ to tame our trauma?
Trigger warning - discussion of trauma. Powerful exegesis.
How did Jesus go from historical punchline to timeless Lord? Join Paul Clark as he takes you on a journey that could transform your own life.
Hear a passionate reflection on the message and meaning of Good Friday. How was the demoralisation of the cross, turned into the hope of humanity?
We want Jesus to be like us. This is the problem of Palm Sunday.
Enjoy this wonderful sermon, told with the use of a Car Park Parable - What Would Jesus Drive.
Greg and Meryem Brown, in their usual fashion, bring us a challenging and inspiring message on John 12:20-33 - "Unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground, it remains a single seed."
"You could hear a pin drop." Listen to Nicodemus' powerful story as imagined by Rev Paul Clark. What could Jesus' famous words in John 3:16, have meant to a first century Jew, part of the Sanhedrin, when he first heard them.
Paul Clark takes us on the journey to Holiness that was the Jewish Temple, as we consider Jesus cleansing the Temple.
Kerri-Anne Dooley offers another powerful sermon exploring some of Jesus' most challenging words. "Deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow me."
Paul Clark explores the transfiguration in terms of what it can teach about Jesus, and what it teaches us about ourself. In the transfiguration we see Jesus 'true self'. Why does Jesus hide this from us, and why do we hide it from the world?