Sermon Series: Community

Community

A New York Times article in December of 2016 reported a growing epidemic affecting at least 40% of the population in the United States. This particular condition is known to have dire physical, mental, and emotional consequences. Some symptoms include sleep disruption, accelerated cognitive decline, altered immune systems, higher levels of inflammation and stress hormones, […]

The Evening Service

The Evening Service

WHEN & WHERE The Evening Service doesn’t run every Sunday, but rather as a block of services for a few weeks at a time. We usually group our services around a particular topic of interest and spread them out over the course of the year. We don’t have a series running at present.We’ll update the […]

Easter Weekend 2017

Easter Weekend 2017

We have a special set of services prepared for Easter Weekend and would love for you to join us during this deeply meaningful time of contemplation and celebration of Christ’s death and resurrection for us. Thursday 13 April at 8pm: We begin the Easter Weekend with Hymns of the Passion – an original musical retelling of […]

Sermon series title: Have Mercy On Me O God

Have Mercy On Me, O God

We all live with a past. We all regret things we’ve done and circumstances we’ve been embroiled in. We’re learning more and more, from modern psychology, that our past has a significant bearing upon our present and our future. Living with deep regret, shame, and guilt is the reality of so many people, from all […]

Sermon Series: The Road to the Cross

The Road to the Cross

In Luke 9:51, after spending 9 chapters telling us who Jesus is, Luke, the author, tells us this one very important detail: “As the time approached for him to be taken up to heaven, Jesus resolutely set out for Jerusalem.” Just earlier in that same chapter the lights went on for the disciples and they […]

The Prodigal God

The Prodigal God

The Evening Service presents “The Prodigal God” — a five-week series based on the book “The Prodigal God” by New York Times bestselling author, Timothy Keller. It explores the radical prodigal love of God as described by Jesus in the parable of the prodigal son recorded in Luke 15. Luke 15 begins with the religious […]

Portraits of Jesus

Portraits of Jesus

Portraits of Jesus is a 3 week series capturing snapshots of the life of Jesus and the significance he has for the present: 15 January – “Jesus the Magician” 22 January – “Jesus the Seer” 29 January – “Jesus the Revolutionary” Join us at The Evening Service where we will take a look at the […]

Carols by Candlelight

Carols by Candlelight (with a touch of folk)

Join us on the 11th of December for our Carols by Candlelight service as we celebrate the Hope of Christmas in song together. We’ll start at 19:30 and enjoy drinks and snacks together after the service.

A Theology of Violence

A Theology of Violence

By John Scheepers In the last year South Africa has been exposed to frequent acts of violence, many of which have been politically or racially motivated. From the white man who beat a black domestic worker claiming he thought she was a prostitute, to the pummeling of black students who interrupted a rugby match at […]

Ordinary Justice Conference

In a world so wracked with inequality and injustice we can often feel useless, overwhelmed and paralyzed by the enormity of the task and complexity of the issues. Ordinary Justice aims to help us by connecting our faith with some very practical, simple, first steps towards becoming a more just people. God’s perfect justice and […]