Who are we fasting for?Speaker: Matthew Gault

Fasting is about drawing close to God with pure motives. The overflow of this is justice and blessing.
Isaiah 58:1-11

Hunger for more of GodSpeaker: Nigel Parker

Saying ‘no’ to good things to receive more God things
Matthew 6.1-18

Fasting to FeastSpeaker: Nigel Parker

Fasting and praying like Jesus draws us closer to our Father
Matthew 4.1-11

Keeping our words Simple and HelpfulSpeaker: Johnny Rowe

Jesus asks us to simplify our language – to say what we mean and mean what we say.
Matthew 5:33-37

Time for GodSpeaker: Nigel Parker

Genesis 1:1-28

First Things FirstSpeaker: Rev. Nigel Parker

First things first
It’s a wonderful life, when we keep it simple
Matthew 6.19-24, 33

Thankful PeopleSpeaker: Steven Wilson

God’s promise to us is that, when we are in a time of sowing, we should take comfort, for a time of reaping will come. The harvest awaits, and God will turn our tears to joy.
Psalm 126

Keep dancing!Speaker: Nigel Parker

How to discover fullness of life in Christ by practicing the rhythms of God’s grace.
Psalm 23

When hope walks inSpeaker: Chris Cupples

The work of Christians Against Poverty
2 Corinthians 1.1-11

FEAST: ServiceSpeaker: Nigel Parker

We all value being equipped to serve fellow members of the church with the gifts given by the Holy Spirit
Galatians 3:23-29

FEAST: AdorationSpeaker: Nigel Parker

The rest is up to you.
Luke 4. 14-21

FEAST: TeachingSpeaker: Matthew Gault

Teaching. We examined that learning from the teachings of Scripture is more than acquiring mere head knowledge, it is about an active response on our part towards Jesus.
Matthew 7:24-29