29 July – 19 August 2018. Sunday evenings. 6 Spin Street, Cape Town. Drinks and snacks from 6PM. The service starts at 6:30pm and will consist of a short time of music and a 30-minute sermon, followed by a time of Q&A where you can ask anything you want related to the topics discussed. — […]
Hymns of the Passion Venue: Cape Town Union Church, Kloof Street. Time: 8pm, Thursday 29 March 2018. Bookings: The event is free but bookings are required as spaces are limited: We begin the weekend on Thursday evening with Hymns of the Passion – an evening of poetry in song as we enter into the narrative of Christ’s journey from the […]
At the centre of Paul's prayer in Ephesians 3 is the indescribable love of Christ. In this sermon we explore the width, length, height and depth of that love and see why the apostle so earnestly prays for believers to comprehend it.
How do you deal with deep-seated hostility between different groups of people? Our country is one with a history of such hostility. A long history of racial segregation and apartheid created many barriers between different groups that persist up to the present day. Does Scripture speak to such issues? In Ephesians 2:11-22 we get to see how Paul applies the gospel work of Christ to deep historic hostilities that existed between Jews and Gentiles. By studying his words we can learn much about how the gospel tears down the wall of hostility in our churches today, creating a new humanity made up of a racially and ethnically diverse group of people.