After the death of his father at the hands of the I.R.A., Billy McCurrie wanted to seek revenge. This led him down a destructive path, and Billy eventually became involved in a paramilitary organisation during the Irish troubles. Whilst in
When a new year dawns we may resolve to change our lives. Some of those resolutions may work out well; others not so well. But we should also look for the missing resolutions. The changes that we ought to make
A talk given by our pastor, David Last, at our evening carol service on Sunday 22nd December 2019.
A talk given by our pastor, David Last, at our morning carol service on Sunday 22nd December 2019.
Many love a gossipy royal story, especially when it involves immorality, corruption, power and greed. Well, those were certainly part of the lives of the family of Herods who appear for the last time in Scripture here with King Agrippa
These words come from the “Contact” leaflet we distributed in the Christmas of 2019. To see the whole leaflet, please click here: Contact – Christmas 2019 (PDF) Are there any conversations you’re looking forward to this Christmas, such as catching
Jesus is God’s eternal Son (He 1:1-4). Yet his life on earth was slave-like (Ph 2:6-7), lived under the brutal authority of worldly powers and often utterly exhausting. Why? In order to save his people from sin (Ph 2:8; 1Jo
How did the first Christians see their relationship with the society around them? Here in Acts 24, we see three things in Paul’s words and actions which give a partial answer to that question Firstly, they saw themselves as witnesses
God is triune, three who are one: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Hence, when God made man in his image, he made us not simply as solo creatures but for community. This means that others affect our behaviour. In our
These words come from the “Contact” leaflet we distributed in the Autumn of 2019. To see the whole leaflet, please click here: Contact – Autumn 2019 (PDF) Are you waiting for somebody to say “I’m sorry”? A person in your