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Lessons from Lockdown

June 8th, 2020 by Peter Baker

It’s been said that history repeats itself because we don’t learn the lessons first time around! So if it’s true, that history teaches us that history teaches us nothing, then how can we avoid the same failure with the Coronavirus pandemic? Well, in our new Sunday morning Sermon series, Lessons from Lockdown, we are going… Read more


April 29th, 2020 by Peter Baker

What would Jesus do? …. was a popular phrase among Christians a decade or more ago .  Wristbands carried the slogan and a whole generation of disciples  began to think about what following Jesus might actually look like on the ground. It was a bit of merchandise which replaced the symbol of the fish, placed… Read more

Walking With God

May 28th, 2019 by Laura Wood

If you could take a walk with a new friend, what would you find out about them? If you spent a summer together, walking and talking, learning and listening, what would you find out?   You’d find out who they were, where they had come from and what they were like. You’d find out what… Read more

7 Deadly Sins – New morning preaching series

May 21st, 2019 by Laura Wood

All sin can be deadly, which is why Jesus says it’s better to dismember ourselves (metaphorically of course! Matthew 5:30) than to mess around with sin. But in an age when even the word “sin” is unpopular, our culture doesn’t like to think that sin is a problem for us, apart from the most extreme… Read more

Grace In The End – Sermon Transcripts

February 12th, 2019 by Laura Wood

Please find linked below the transcribed sermons from our ongoing series in Jeremiah entitled “Grace in the End.” 1 Motto SUNDAY 2019 JEREMIAH 29 2 What do you see- jermemiah 1 sermon_ 4 HEAR THE WORD OF THE LORD JEREMIAH 7 5 An Unwearable People An Unbearable Future Jer 13 6-Pots-and-plans.-Jeremiah-18-19

Great Expectations

January 4th, 2019 by Laura Wood

Isn’t it true that our expectations about the future change how we think and act in the present? Such as the last day at work before you go on holiday – normally it might be gruelling work, but the excitement of a well-earned rest on the immediate horizon utterly changes your work- you joyfully fill… Read more

Grace in the End – the message of Jeremiah

January 2nd, 2019 by Laura Wood

As we move into, not just a new year, but a new sermon series, here’s an overview of the message of Jeremiah. Dates and people? Jeremiah prophesied through the reigns of the Kings of Judah mentioned at the start of Chapter 1. Josiah, the reforming King, was in power. But much of his good work… Read more

Making Sense of Suffering

October 22nd, 2018 by Laura Wood

Last night, at our new evening location of Lansdowne Church Central (BH8 8AW) we had the second in the ‘Making Sense of’ series, where we discussed the subject of suffering. The great news of the gospel brings people like you and me into God’s great plan for his universe. The gospel powerfully provides freedom, grace and… Read more

Making sense of…

September 10th, 2018 by Laura Wood

The great news of the gospel brings people like you and me into God’s great plan for his universe. The gospel powerfully provides freedom, grace and joy, unmatched anywhere in human existence. The gospel really is great news. But along with all the ‘positive’ angles of the gospel, it also speaks into the hardest parts… Read more

Christian Minds: Social Media

July 25th, 2018 by Laura Wood

In 2004, a new website was launched by a group of students at Harvard College, USA.  The website was intended to become an online social network for students at the college. Fourteen years later, Facebook has 2.2 billion users worldwide. YouTube, launched a year after Facebook, has 1.3 billion users who upload 300 hours of… Read more

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