A series exploring home, what it means to be home, share our homes and ultimately our heavenly home!
Sunday 6th September - Compassion Sunday and Home
We've kicked off our new series on home, today and linked with Compassion Sunday. An oppurtunity to help change the lives of children in homes that suffer poverty. You can find our more about compassion at http://www.compassionuk.org/
Sunday 18th October - “Make yourself at home!”
Today in our ‘Home’ series we looking at what does it mean to show hospitality and welcome people into our homes. We look at one of the homes that Jesus was invited too and the party held in his honour! What can we learn from this about opening our homes and sharing Jesus with others?
Sunday 25th October - “Stay with us for a while”
As two of Jesus’s followers were going back home after Jesus death, he appears to them, but at first they do not recognise him until they ask him to stay with them. When it feels like you have had enough, it’s often home we want to go back to, but do we recognise Jesus on our journey there and do we invite him back into our homes?
Sunday 15th November - There’s no place like home”
We’ve all had times when we’ve been away from home and you have that longing to return to the place you know, to the people you love, where you will be welcomed and you know the troubles of today will be no more. Today in our home series we look at heaven. Is heaven that place where we are truly home, and this life on earth is where we are just travelling through?
Sunday 22nd November - "the best journey always takes you home"
In the last of our series on ‘home’, we look at what it takes to make the journey home. Jesus talked about Him being the way, the truth and the life to show us the way to heaven. So what does it meant to follow Jesus to make this journey home?
Sunday 20th December - Miracle on 34th Street
Christmas at times can feel more stressful than joyous and peaceful with all the expectations and things to be done! Yet how can we remind ourselves of the reason behind the season? We explore the Christmas story and our belief that it is more than just a ‘nice story’. That it is in fact about Emmanuel – God with us.