Acts

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“THE CANON” ( Hugh – 29/1/23)

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Key verse: Acts 1:21-22 Numbers 12; Acts 1:12-26 Big idea: The canon was recognised not created by the early church – the Bible is its own authority, and that’s why we trust and submit to it. SERMONVIDEOLINK

“Continuing the NT Story” (Hugh – 1/1/2023)

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Key verse: Acts 1:8 Acts 1:1-11;  Acts 13:32-48 Big idea: We live in the time between Jesus’ first and second comings. This time can feel like a divine ad break before the closing act. But, although the story of the Bible has been finished, God’s story has not finished, and we’re part of it. Your […]

“Chosen By God” (18/7/21 @ 5pm)

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Acts 16: 16-23 & 17: 1-9 Main verses: 1 Thessalonians 1: 4-5 Big Idea: Paul writes to the new church in Thessalonica to encourage them to continue their walk with God despite their persecution. He does this by reminding them that they have been “Chosen by God” and therefore are under his divine protection and that their change […]

“John’s Legacy” (27/12/2020 @ 5pm)

Acts 19:1-6, John 3:22-30 Key verse: John 3:30 Big idea: We’ve spent 6 weeks on John the Baptist. He’s an important historical and theological figure, but we must recognise him and then look past him, as we must do for any servant of Christ. Sermon Video Link  

“No Divisions” (20/10/2019 @ 5pm)

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Acts 18:18-19:1;  1 Corinthians 1:10-17 Key verse: 1 Cor 1:10a: I appeal to you, brothers, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another Big idea: The Corinthians were arguing with each other over who had the best doctrine and who could claim the best leader. This kind […]

This is a Terrific Church! (30/6/2019 @ 5pm)

Acts 4:32-35;  Deuteronomy 15:1-11 Key Text: Acts 4:32-35 Main Idea : There was amazing generosity in the fledgling NT church – what did it say to the people of the time? What does it say to us? And what might happen if the church today embodied such justice, mercy, and generosity?

Gifts of the Spirit (9/9/2018 @5pm)

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Acts 1:6-9;  Romans 12:3-8 Key verse: Acts 1:8 As Christians, we can sometimes feel weak and helpless when we look at a hostile society, a world full of trouble, and a struggling church. Be strong! God’s gifted you with his own power and abilities to see his kingdom grow.