In this section of the Sermon on the Mount Jesus teaches on the principle of Greater Righteousness in relation to our devotion to God, through the practice of Fasting; and as he sums up this section with the challenge - Where does you heart lie? Sermon from our gathering on Sunday 19th May 2019
Right at the centre of Jesus’ Sermon is the Lord’s Prayer. Perhaps the most widely known piece of the sermon, yet, there is much to learn. This message was preached at our central gathering on Sunday 12th May 2019 but Thomas McConaghie.
Jesus begins to teach about greater righteousness in relation to our devotion to God. Sermon by Andrew Elder from Sunday 5th May 2019
In this part of the Sermon on the Mount Jesus teaches about retaliation and loving our enemies, in Matthew 5:38-48. Sermon from Sunday gathering on 28th April 2019 by Nick Wright.
Sermon from Easter Sunday 2019.
The righteousness of the Kingdom exceeds just surface level “good living." It is a deep righteousness based on Christ. Here Jesus teaches about Fidelity in Marriage and faithfulness in speech. Sermon from Sunday 14th April 2019.
As Jesus unpacks the righteousness of the Kingdom which exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees, he use 6 examples, the first two of which are Anger and Lust. Sermon from Sunday 7th April 2019.
In this section of the Sermon on the Mount Jesus explains that he has come to fulfil the Old Testament law and prophets. Sermon from Sunday 31st march 2019.
In week four of our series, Andrew Elder preaches Salt and Light, the reminder that Christians are to have a distinctive effect on the world.
Guest speaker Chris Lewis brings the second half of the beatitudes, as we continue our series in the Sermon on the Mount.
In the second week of our series in the Sermon on the Mount, Andrew Elder preached from the first four Beatitudes - a call to dependency on God is the key to kingdom living.
In the introduction to our series in The Sermon on the Mount, Andrew Elder preaches Matt 4:23-5:2 and calls us as ask the question, “What does Christ mean to you?”
Concluding our series in the Psalms of Ascent, Andrew Elder looks at the unity between brothers and sisters that is good and pleasant in Psalm 133.
Andrew Elder unpacks Psalm 131, which says the life of the Christian is one of humility, confidence, and hope.
Allen McCluggage preaches on the blessed life from Psalm 128.
We joined our sister church, Village East, to celebrate the fifth anniversary of publicly launching Village Church Belfast. Steve Timmis looked at what Christian maturity looks like in 2 Corinthians 3:7-4:6.
God made humans to work in a proper order. Psalm 127 helps us evaluate that order in our lives.
Continuing on in our series looking at the Psalms of Ascents, we see in Psalm 126 that we have hope and joy, we look forward, by looking back.
What are believer’s to do when we experience the world’s contempt?
Andrew Elder looks at the gladness of gathering in worship in Psalm 122.