Jesus goes to church

Jesus goes to church

In the second and third chapters of the intriguing Book of Revelation we get a unique insight into the thoughts of Jesus, regarding his church on earth. We see, up close and personal, what he thinks about 7 historical churches in first century Asia Minor (Modern day Turkey). The number 7 is extremely symbolic in […]

Tenebrae - a service of shadows

Tenebrae – A Service of Shadows

Join us on Thursday 17 April at 9pm as we mark the start of our Easter weekend services with a service of Tenebrae. The service of Tenebrae, meaning “darkness” or “shadows,” has been practiced by the church since medieval times. Once a service for the monastic community, Tenebrae later became an important part of the […]

Lamentations - Hope in the Darkness

Lamentations – Hope in the Darkness

Lamentations is a dark book, perhaps the darkest book in the Bible. It’s a book that brings us face to face with evil, suffering, and the ugliness of human sin. It’s also book that forces us to think about the relationship between evil, suffering, and the reality of a loving God. Most of all the […]

The Prodigal God

The Prodigal God

A five-week series exploring 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 leaders noticing something — that Jesus seems to attract and befriend “tax collectors and sinners,” moral outcasts of respectable society. We read in verse […]