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Uninstall: How to Publicise Our Lives (Part 4, James 3:1-18)

Sunday 18th June 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Iain Duthie welcomes us back for our evening service and talks about how we need to uninstall the habit of negative and destructive talk. Taming the tongue is a challenge that we all face and Iain shares with us how to deal with it as Christians in order to avoid destruction in the lives around us or our own.

Uninstall: How to Prioritise (Part 3, James 2:14-24)

Sunday 18th June 2017 | Speaker: Thomas Mathew

It is Fathers Day morning and Thomas Mathew shares with us for our third part of our Uninstall series. Continuing in the book of James, Thomas talks about how our faith might be useless or not real if we do not express it through our deeds and behaviour. We hear about vital questions about how our works relate to our salvation and how crucial it is to live a life honouring God.

Uninstall: How to Relate to People (Part 2, James 2:1-13)

Sunday 11th June 2017 | Speaker: Tom Seal

This week, Tom Seal takes the pulpit and shares the next part of our Uninstall series. After hearing about our everyday problems last week, Tom talks about how we need to relate to people in a society that is quick to judge through unfair and ungodly filters. This challenging sermon will help us understand how to look at other people the way God does.

Encounter Night: June

Sunday 04th June 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Paul Beaton

Paul Beaton shares with us from the book of Acts in this month’s Encounter Night. In this sermon, we learn how the Apostles shut out other voices around them and focused on Jesus through prayer and devotion. Instead of praying for something material or obvious solutions, they prayed that the Holy Spirit would empower and enable them to do God’s work.

Uninstall: How to Deal With Our Problems (Part 1, James 1:1-13)

Sunday 04th June 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie begins our new series called Uninstall in this Sunday morning service. Based on the Book of James, this series will be all about how God wants us to let go of old ways and attitudes in order to install fresh perspectives on how to live godly lives. Pastor Iain starts off by introducing who James was and what we can learn from his life.

The Second Coming (Acts 1:9-11)

Sunday 28th May 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Paul Reid (CFC Belfast)

Dear friend of KCC Paul Reid returns for another sermon in our evening service that focuses on the amazing promise of Christ’s second coming. What does the second coming mean for us as believers? Marvel at God’s incredible grace and glory as we hear from Paul about the return of Jesus Christ.

The Myth of the Next Generation (Philippians 3:12-14)

Sunday 28th May 2017 | Speaker: Paul Reid (CFC Belfast)

We are excited to have Paul Reid from CFC Belfast with us for all of our services this Sunday. In this sermon, Paul shares with us the vital truth of how different generations have different roles in the Christian life. Regardless of age or gender, there is rich meaning and purpose in the life of every single member of God’s kingdom.

The Voice of Discrimination (Part 6, Matthew 5:43-48)

Sunday 21st May 2017 | Speaker: Tom Seal

To finish up our The Voice series, Tom Seal talks about one of the most challenging aspects of the Christian life: loving our enemies. In this powerful message, Tom highlights how the radical love God has shown us and continues to show us should inspire us in our encounters with others, even if it means responding with love when we are hated.

The Voice of Distortion (Part 5, Matthew 5:38-41)

Sunday 14th May 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Continuing The Voice series at our 6pm service, Pastor Iain focuses on the voice of distortion through Jesus’ ‘eye for an eye’ teachings, illustrating how we can quieten the distortive voices that impact us, and instead influence our worlds by producing a voice of radical transformation.
 

The Voice of Disunity (Part 4, Matthew 3: 31-32 & 19:3-8)

Sunday 14th May 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Unpacking Jesus’ words on divorce, Pastor Iain explores the damage caused by the voice of disunity; not only in marriages, but also in family, friendships, work and church. Three main areas are then highlighted that, if we apply, can help us to shut down and break away from the voice of disunity and instead embrace and walk in complete unity.

The Voice of Dishonesty (Part 3, Matthew 5:33-37)

Sunday 07th May 2017 | Speaker: Craig Patterson

Craig Patterson continues our The Voice series and talks about the seriousness of dishonest voices in our lives. In this challenging sermon, Craig highlights how we as followers of Christ have to carry a kind of heart truth in our daily conversations, our conduct, and our commitment in order to honour our God.

India Mission Report 2017

Sunday 30th April 2017 (evening) | Speaker: KCC India Mission Team

This past March, KCC sent four of our men to India to visit mission projects that we are privileged to support. After a short introduction from team member Pastor Iain, we hear from the other three members Barry, Ryan and Thomas about their truly inspiring and humbling experiences in India. This heartfelt report is valuable for any follower of Christ.

The Voice of Disloyalty (Part 2, Matthew 5:27-30)

Sunday 30th April 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie welcomes us back for the second week of our The Voice series. This time, we hear all about the serious issue of disloyalty in our lives and society. Pastor Iain tells us all about how dangerous ungodly lusts are for all of our relationships and that we need to commit to putting these worldly desires to death by following the voice of Jesus.

Mattersey Mission Team: Grace So Glorious

Sunday 23rd April 2017 | Speaker: Daniel Mustoe (Mattersey Mission Team)

The Mattersey Mission Team from England joins us this in this evening to share a powerful sermon on what it means to experiences God’s grace, have it work through you, and see the impact it can have on the world around us. This message reminds us that regardless of where we are in our personal lives, God’s grace can meet us anywhere and do amazing things.

The Voice of Destruction (Part 1, Matthew 5:21-26)

Sunday 23rd April 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie kicks off our new series called The Voice. Based on chapter five of the Gospel of Matthew, we will explore different voices that are all around us every single day. Pastor Iain begins this series by challenging us to consider the voice of destruction that can come internally or externally and bring harm to ourselves and others.

The Exchange: Death Exchanged For Life (Part 6, John 19:30)

Sunday 16th April 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Thomas Mathew

Thomas Mathew concludes our The Exchange series as part of our Easter baptisms service. With the focus on Jesus’ cry of ‘It is finished’, we are reminded of the cost that Jesus paid on the cross in order to make a way for us so that we can have fellowship with him for eternity. It truly is an exchange of one life for another.

The Exchange: Expectation Exchanged For Realisation (Part 5, Easter Sunday, Luke 24:13-36)

Sunday 16th April 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie welcomes us to our Easter Church Together service at the Beach Ballroom and continues our The Exchange series. Pastor Iain challenges us to ask ourselves if what we are expecting of Jesus is actually who Jesus is as he is revealed in the bible. Do we just want a Jesus who fixes our problems or do we live a life that aims to honour and love who Jesus really is?

Guest Speaker: Barry Woodward

Sunday 09th April 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Barry Woodward

Barry Woodward is welcomed back in our evening service to bring yet another inspiring story from his life story. In his unique and engaging way, Barry challenges us and illustrates how God can even transform the most desperate and broken person, regardless of how far from God they seem.

Guest Speaker: Barry Woodward

Sunday 09th April 2017 | Speaker: Barry Woodward

Barry Woodward joins us from Manchester, England to share parts of his powerful testimony. By using the illustration of a fingerprint left at a crime scene, Barry tells us how God wants us to leave our fingerprints on people we encounter in our Christian walks.

The Exchange: Deprivation Exchanged For Provision (Part 4, John 19:28-30)

Sunday 02nd April 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Leanne Seal

Leanne Seal shares with us as part of our monthly Encounter Night another view of what was exchanged at the cross. Looking at Jesus’ thirst on the cross, Leanne talks about the amazing abundance that comes straight from God and how it is more than we can ask for or imagine.

The Exchange: Rejection Exchanged For Restoration (Part 3, Mark 15:33-37)

Sunday 02nd April 2017 | Speaker: Tom Seal

Tom Seal explores the next statement that Jesus made from the cross as part of our The Exchange series. This time, we hear all about what it meant for Jesus to be ‘forsaken’ by the Father and how serious sin really is in God’s eyes. This is a message that is challenging and crucial when considering our faith in Jesus.

The Exchange: Condemnation Exchanged For Reconciliation (Part 2, Luke 23:39-43)

Sunday 26th March 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Kath McAllister

Kath McAllister continues our new The Exchange series with a powerful evening message that challenges all of us. By looking at the two thieves who were crucified alongside Jesus, Kath asks us what we do with our sin-nature and how we look at it. With this in mind, we need to acknowledge our shortcomings and lay them at the cross in exchange for reconciliation with God instead of being condemned.

The Exchange: Separation Exchanged For Repositioning (Part 1, John 19:16-27)

Sunday 26th March 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie kicks off our Easter series entitled The Exchange where we will uncover the things that we can lay down at the cross in exchange for everything Jesus is. In this first step, we hear about how Jesus’ separation from his mother was turned into a repositioning and a hopeful future for her by Jesus himself.

Just An Ordinary Day: The Empty Tomb (Part 8, John 20:1-18)

Sunday 19th March 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Tom Seal

Tom Seal concludes the Just An Ordinary Day series by looking at the event in human history that everything hinges on: the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the empty tomb. Through Jesus’ bodily resurrection, he has proven that he is indeed the Messiah and that he has dominion over death and hell. It is because of this event that people have hope with eternity in mind and nothing to fear. And it all happened on just an ordinary day.

Just An Ordinary Day: Lazarus Raised (Part 7, John 11:1-46)

Sunday 19th March 2017 | Speaker: Tom Seal

Tom Seal begins the final Sunday of our Just An Ordinary Day series by talking about Jesus raising Lazarus back to life. Not only does Tom uncover the meaning of Jesus raising a dead man, he also looks at four parties in this story, namely the disciples, the sisters, the crowd, and the pharisees, in order to highlight crucial aspects that they missed about this miracle.

Just An Ordinary Day: Blind Man Healed (Part 6, John 9:1-12)

Sunday 12th March 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Thomas Mathew

Thomas Mathew focuses on the miracle of the blind man who had his sight restored by Jesus. In this evening sermon, we hear from Thomas how we are all works in progress and that God desires to see His goodness displayed through our lives, regardless of the circumstances.

Just An Ordinary Day: Walking on Water (Part 5, John 6:16-21)

Sunday 12th March 2017 | Speaker: Tom Seal

Tom Seal shares with us the next miracle in our Just An Ordinary Day series. By looking at the miracle of Jesus walking on water, Tom highlights the importance of seeing Jesus for who he is, rather than what he can do for us.

Just An Ordinary Day: The Pool of Bethesda (Part 4, Encounter Night: March – John 5:1-5)

Sunday 05th March 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie takes us to the pool of Bethesda for our March Encounter Night to show how trusting in God can make miracles happen even though we may have been living a stagnant life for quite some time. This miracle account is yet another example of looking to Jesus with the right intentions and with the expectations that the miraculous can only happen through him.

Just An Ordinary Day: Feeding of the 5000 (Part 3 – John 6:1-15)

Sunday 05th March 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie shares with us another day that turned from ordinary to miraculous from John’s gospel account. This time, by focusing on the feeding of the five thousand, we hear about how we need to see our ordinary days through the eyes of faith and not mere facts. The contrast between the attitudes of Philip and Andrew in this chapter illustrates how we can look through the challenges of ordinary days and let God work the miracles.

Just An Ordinary Day: Healing of the Official’s Son (Part 2 – John 4:46-54)

Sunday 26th February 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Craig Patterson

Craig Patterson leads us in this evening service and continues our new ‘Just An Ordinary Day’ series. Looking at the miracle of Jesus healing the official’s son, Craig tells us about having a proactive attitude when approaching God and completely trusting in his word to work a miracle.

Just An Ordinary Day: Water Into Wine (Part 1 – John 2:1-12)

Sunday 26th February 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie kicks off our new series, ‘Just An Ordinary Day’. In this series, we will uncover the amazing miracles Jesus brought into people’s ordinary days, as they are recorded in the gospel account of John. In this sermon, Pastor Iain shares with us about how vital it is to communicate to God the lack in our lives without him. Jesus’ turning water into wine and Mary’s faith in this situation serves as our first example.

Are You Consumed or Are You a Consumer?

Sunday 19th February 2017 | Speaker: Gary Rucci

Gary Rucci, lead pastor of Rivercity Family Church in Brisbane, Australia is our guest speaker this weekend and comes with a challenging message for all of us. He shares about his concerns regarding our consumer society and the dangers it poses to our walk with Jesus and the health of our local church. Are we consumed by the things of God, or are we simply consumers of the world around us?

Grand Designs: Finishing, Relevance & Application (Part 6 – 2 Chronicles 5:1;13-14)

Sunday 12th February 2017 (evening) | Speaker: Thomas Mathew

Thomas Mathew finishes our Grand Designs series in this Sunday evening message. After going through the individual stages of the grand designs that God has for our lives, we take a concluding look at the relevance and application of what we have heard.

Grand Designs: Form, Function & Feel (Part 5 – 1 Chronicles 29:1-14)

Sunday 12th February 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie leads us closer towards the end of our Grand Designs series with this message. This time, we hear all about the ‘financing’ of the building that God has designed for us. What are we investing towards the development of our grand design?

Grand Designs: Form, Function & Feel (Part 4 – 1 Kings 10:1-13)

Sunday 05th February 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie takes us forward in our Grand Designs series and talks about the functionality of God’s designs in our lives. We hear about how as a church of worship and adoration for God, we can set the feel and form in order to exceed people’s expectations and help them experience God’s abundance and grace.

Grand Designs: Fabrication of the House – How We Build (Part 3 – 1 Chronicles 22)

Sunday 29th January 2017 | Speaker: Tom Seal

Tom Seal preaches this week as part of our Grand Designs series. After hearing about the foundations of what we are building last week, Tom shares about how exactly we are building in God’s kingdom through gratitude and faith.

Grand Designs: Foundations To Build On (Part 2 – 1 Kings 5:13-18; 2 Chronicles 3:1-3)

Sunday 22nd January 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie continues our Grand Designs series by talking about our foundations in life. As believers and followers of Christ, we have to make sure that these foundations are solid and deeply anchored in God to avoid a total collapse. In this message, we hear all about the significance of the unfailing foundation that can only be found in Jesus Christ.

Grand Designs: What’s Your Preferred Future (Part 1 – 2 Samuel 7:1-17)

Sunday 15th January 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie introduces us to our new Grand Designs sermon series. During the following weeks, we will hear about how God is building something in us individually and also collectively as a church. In this introduction, Pastor Iain reminds us that God is the builder in our lives and that nobody is useless in God’s kingdom.

The Thrill of Hope: Transition of Hope II (Part 6, – Luke 2:1-7)

Sunday 08th January 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie finishes our Thrill of Hope series with this Sunday morning sermon. Whenever hope is not realised, there is great disappointment and sadness. Pastor Iain encourages us to get a hold of the hope that God has placed within us and release the potential. With God as our driving force, let us be purposeful and inspired with the things God has given us.

The Thrill of Hope: Transition of Hope I (Part 5 – Luke 2:1-7)

Sunday 01st January 2017 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie continues our Thrill of Hope series into the new year and talks all about how the hope that we have in God transitions into a powerful reality. Looking at the example of the virgin Mary, we hear about how what has been concealed and building up pressure over time is finally revealed and allowed to release its full potential.

The Thrill of Hope: Trajectory of Hope (Part 2 – Matthew 2:1-12)

Sunday 11th December 2016 | Speaker: Tom Seal

Tom Seal continues our Thrill of Hope series by talking about the trajectory of hope. By looking at the Magi who were ready to go on a journey to see the newborn baby Jesus, Tom tackles issues contemporary in our impatient and easily distracted society. Like the Magi, we need to ask ourselves, what are we following for a great hope? Are we truly focused on it? And do we fall in worship when God comes through to fulfil our hopes?

Encounter Night: December

Sunday 04th December 2016 (evening) | Speaker: Thomas Mathew

Thomas Mathew shares with us powerful truths about God in our monthly Encounter Night. With the Holy Spirit as our comforter and guide dwelling within us, we can experience and encounter the power of God at any time. It is only the Spirit of God who can blow like a wind and raise to life what has been considered dead.

The Thrill of Hope: Trial of Hope (Part 1 – Luke 1:5-25)

Sunday 04th December 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie

Pastor Iain Duthie starts off the festive season with our new series entitled The Thrill of Hope. In this message, Pastor Iain talks about what kind of trials affect our hope and how we need to react to them. With a powerful example from Luke’s gospel account about Zechariah and Elizabeth, we learn that God can give hope to everybody regardless of their circumstances.

No More Selfie: Giving (Part 10 – Philippians 4:10-20)

Sunday 27th November 2016 | Speaker: Thomas Mathew


Thomas Mathew concludes our powerful No More Selfie series with this message. This time we hear about how we need to give selflessly in order to bring glory to God and bless others with what we have. In this festive season, we all need to ask ourselves what we do with our money, our minutes, and our message. Hear what giving is really all about.

No More Selfie: Feeling (Part 9, Philippians 4:2-9)

Sunday 20th November 2016 (evening) | Speaker: Craig Patterson


Craig Patterson speaks to us in this evening service. In this message we learn about another important aspect when pursuing a No More Selfie life. Focusing on our feelings, Craig asks whether we are using the feelings and emotions we have to create more chaos and negativity around us or if we are actually using them in order to fuel the engine that God has put within us.

No More Selfie: Serving (Part 8, Philippians 3:1-21)

Sunday 20th November 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie brings us another message in our No More Selfie series. We hear about moving on from a selfie-life of the past and embracing a daily expression of self-denial in order to reach others wherever we go and follow what God has intended for us. The Apostle Paul once again serves as a great illustration of what it means to live a No More Selfie life.

No More Selfie: Shining (Part 7, Philippians 2:12-30)

Sunday 13th November 2016 (evening) | Speaker: Tom Seal


Tom Seal follows up on what he shared with us in the morning in this evening service. This time, we hear about how to shine for Jesus in our daily lives with others and also in our private time with God. Questions about aspects such as commitment, correct motivations, and habits are dealt with in another message that leads us to examine our walks with Jesus.

No More Selfie: Thinking (Part 6, Philippians 2:1-11)

Sunday 13th November 2016 | Speaker: Tom Seal


Tom Seal continues our No More Selfie series by dealing with how we think about ourselves and others. Through the illustration of a ladder, Tom appeals to us to let go and step down of our own ladders of self-elevation in order to focus on and help others. Jesus, who stepped down from the highest position imaginable, is the prime example of laying down ones life for others. Let us go out and do the same.

No More Selfie: Praying (Part 5, Philippians 1:1-11)

Sunday 06th November 2016, evening | Speaker: Kath McAllister


Kath McAllister shares with us during our evening service about how to pray with a No More Selfie attitude. Kath highlights for us the importance of praising God for the people in our lives and that we need to pray for them faithfully in order to have God unleash their potential and break through to them.

No More Selfie: Living (Part 4, Philippians 1:12-27)

Sunday 06th November 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie has another message to further our journey towards a No More Selfie way of living. In this message, we hear about how to deal with limitations and the circumstances we find ourselves in. By looking at what Paul wrote in the letter to the Philippians, we get wisdom concerning being others focused through active and intentional decision-making despite what seem to be desperate situations.

No More Selfie: Following (Part 3, Acts 16:11-18)

Sunday 30rd October 2016, evening | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie welcomes us back with a short message as part of our evening baptism service. The focus in this message lies on Acts 16 where we encounter three different life stories that we can all relate to. Whether we are of a curious and searching nature, a hostile and suspicious one, or we are simply passive and satisfied with where we are, God can work wonders in all of our lives wherever we are
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No More Selfie: Leading II (Part 2, Acts 16:6-19)

Sunday 30rd October 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie continues our series of No More Selfie. This time, we hear about how our motivations in life reveal whether we live as givers or takers. With Paul the Apostle as an example, we ask ourselves how we can put down barriers created by a ‘selfie-attitude’ and reach out to others by following God’s true calling for our lives.

No More Selfie: Leading I (Part 1, Acts 26:4-19)

Sunday 23rd October 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie kicks off our new series titled No More Selfie with this Sunday service. In this introduction, we hear about the culture and customs of our day that keep us entrapped in a ‘selfie-cycle’ that does not bring any true fulfilment. We hear about how we need to break this cycle and focus on others with God as our source of encouragement and place of identity.

A City On A Hill vs. A City Besieged

Sunday 16th October 2016 | Speaker: Thomas Mathew


Thomas Mathew reminds us of what is necessary when going after our vision of becoming a city on a hill. Following up on the four lepers we learned about in our Vision series, Pastor Thomas highlights four cases of spiritual leprosy that may be present in our lives. This passionate message helps us identify these key areas in our Christian walks.

Vision: Take It Seriously (Part 5) – 2 Kings 7:5-11

Sunday 9th October 2016, evening | Speaker: Tom Seal


Tom Seal concludes our Vision series in this evening message. After learning about various aspects concerning God’s vision for us during the past couple of weeks, Tom concludes by highlighting how we have to process what God has planned for us.

Vision: Take It Seriously (Part 4) – 2 Kings 7:5-11

Sunday 9th October 2016 | Speaker: Tom Seal


Tom Seal opens up the word of God to continue our Vision series. In this message we hear about what the purpose of a godly vision is and where it can lead us. Tom shares about aspects such as setting priorities in our Christian lives and how we can best pour out what God has given us.

Vision: Take It Seriously (Part 3) – 2 Kings 7:3-9

Sunday 2nd October 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie takes us back to the story of the four lepers in 2 Kings 7. A vital lesson that we learn this week is that we have to submit our past and present hopes and dreams to God in order to follow and trust His great vision for us.

Vision: Take It Seriously (Part 2) – 2 Kings 7:3-9

Sunday 25th September 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie continues our series by highlighting the importance of the question “Why…?” when exploring the vision God has for us. We learn about questions concerning liability, tolerability, and taking responsibility as believers by having another look at the four lepers in 2 Kings 7.

Vision: Take It Seriously (Part 1) – 2 Kings 7:3-9

Sunday 11th September 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie begins our new series by sharing from 2 Kings. We hear about how we need to open up to the vision that God has for us so that we can move forward in our Christian walks and are not stuck in the present state or even the past.

Planted Weekend with Guest Speaker Priscilla Reid (Sunday morning)

Sunday 04th September 2016 | Speaker: Priscilla Reid


Guest speaker Priscilla Reid from CFC Belfast visits King’s Community Church to share about what it means to be planted in Jesus Christ, but also how important it is to be planted in His body, the church. We hear about God’s amazing love and the unity between the believers that we need to strive for.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 9) – Conclusion (Rev. 1:1-11)

Sunday 28st August 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie concludes the Crash Test Dummies series with this sermon. We sum up what the visions concerning the seven churches in the Book of Revelation have left behind for everyone of us to consider. We once again learn about the necessity and importance of hearing what God speaks into our lives in order to avoid crashing.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 8) – To the Church in Laodicea (Rev. 3:14-22)

Sunday 21st August 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie explores what John the Apostle’s vision concerning the church in Laodicea teaches us. This message will help us in the examination of our spiritual conditions and begs the question whether we are merely lukewarm in our Christian lives, maybe even without realising it ourselves.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 7) – To the Church in Philadelphia (Rev. 3:7-13)

Sunday 14th August 2016 | Speaker: Tom Seal


Tom Seal talks about what John the Apostle saw regarding the church in Philadelphia in his vision. As believers, we can learn from this message how some of our daily habits are damaging our Christian walk and we also hear about the importance of forming new and Christ-exalting habits.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 6) – To the Church in Sardis (Rev. 3:1-6)

Sunday 7th August 2016 | Speaker: Thomas Mathew


Thomas Mathew shares with us what was revealed to John the Apostle about the church in Sardis. Vital questions for self-examination are dealt with in this sermon: Do we only have a reputation of being alive in Christ? Are we in a spiritual slumber we need to wake up from?

Crash Test Dummies (Part 5) – To the Church in Thyatira (Rev. 2:18-29)

Sunday 31st July 2016 | Speaker: Tom Seal


Tom Seal opens up the word of God and shares about the church in Thyatira as it was revealed to the Apostle John. In this sermon, we learn how we as believers need to avoid and spot corrupt use of the bible and ensure that we are in the right environment to follow Jesus.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 4) – To the Church in Pergamum (Rev. 2:12-17)

Sunday 24th July 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie continues our series on the Book of Revelation by presenting how the Apostle John’s vision of the church in Pergamum can teach us how to take a confident stance in God instead of complying with the ways of the world around us.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 3) – To the Church in Smyrna (Rev. 2:8-11)

Sunday 17th July 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie talks about what was revealed to the Apostle John in a prophetic vision about the church in Smyrna and gives insight into how we can learn from it for our own Christian lives.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 2) – To the Church in Ephesus (Rev. 2:1-7)

Sunday 10th July 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie shares about John the Apostle’s prophetic vision about the church in Ephesus, the first of the seven described in the Book of Revelation, and how we can learn from it as believers.

Crash Test Dummies (Part 1) – Introduction (Rev. 1)

Sunday 03rd July 2016 | Speaker: Iain Duthie


Pastor Iain Duthie introduces our new summer series titled Crash Test Dummies. In this series, we will highlight John the Apostle’s prophetic visions recorded in the Book of Revelation about seven churches in Asia and how they function as crash test dummies for us as believers.

Tom Seal – Keys to the Kingdom (pt 5)

Sunday 26th June 2016

Iain Duthie – Keys to the Kingdom (pt 4)

Sunday 19th June 2016

Iain Duthie – Keys to the Kingdom (pt 3)

Sunday 19th June 2016

Paul Reid

Sunday 05th June 2016

Eddie Lyle from Open Doors

Sunday 29th May 2016

Iain Duthie – Keys to the Kingdom (pt 2)

Sunday 15th May 2016

Iain Duthie – Keys to the Kingdom

Sunday 8th May 2016

Tom Seal – Heart to Heart

Sunday 1st May 2016

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John Andrews

Sunday 24th April 2016

Thomas Mathew

Sunday 17th April 2016

Kath McAllister – He is Risen pt 5

Sunday 10th April 2016

Iain Duthie – He is Risen pt 4

Sunday 03rd April 2016

Iain Duthie – He is Risen pt 3 – Easter Sunday

Sunday 27th March 2016

Tom Seal – He is Risen pt 2

Sunday 20th March 2016

Iain Duthie – He is Risen pt 1

Sunday 13th March 2016

Sunday 06th March 2016

Iain Duthie – Get Ready pt 9

Sunday 28th February 2016

Tom Seal – Get Ready pt 8

Sunday 21st February 2016

Iain Duthie – Get Ready pt 7

Sunday 14th February 2016

Iain Duthie – Get Ready pt 6

Sunday 7th February 2016

Iain Duthie – Get Ready pt 5

Sunday 31st January 2016

Tom Seal – Get Ready pt 4

Sunday 24th January 2016

Iain Duthie – Get Ready pt 3

Sunday 17th January 2016

Thomas Mathew – Get Ready pt 2

Sunday 10th January 2016

Iain Duthie – Get Ready pt 1

Sunday 01st January 2016