Latest Sermons

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Preacher: Ben Dannatt Ben Dannatt leads a session on how to help young people enjoy church and God. He is ably assisted by a group of people who have grown up in church and become Christians.
Bible Text: Psalm 103 | Preacher: Richard Bailey


July 26, 2015
Bible Text: Mark 4.10-25 | Preacher: Tony Heath Tony Heath lets us in on the secrets of the Kingdom of God. We learn how to un-hide our lives so that others can see the Kingdom for what it really is.
Preacher: John Partington John Partington takes us on a New Testament tour of the teachings about how we value and use the things God has given us.
Bible Text: Luke 13 | Preacher: John Partington John Partington calls us back to one of the fundamental "calls" of Jesus - that of repentance. We learn to look forward and not back, to move from self to God and how to maintain a repentant heart.

The Sting

July 12, 2015
Bible Text: 1 Corinthians 15.56-57 | Preacher: Malcolm Cox At the annual outdoor service in Wellington Country park, Malcolm speaks about the things in life that "sting" and how Jesus can heal the fire in our souls.
Preacher: Chris Birtles | Series: Your God is too small Chris Birtles takes us on a tour of the Old Testament references to the Son of Man and the connections with Jesus.

Making a Difference

July 5, 2015
Bible Text: Nehemiah 4 | Preacher: Tim Dannatt Tim Dannatt shows us how Christians can make a positive difference in this world by faith and perseverance.
Preacher: Tidu Mankoo Tidu helps us to apply the principle of, "Your God is too small" to family life.


June 7, 2015
Bible Text: Luke 10 | Preacher: Tim Dannatt Tim Dannatt starts in Luke 10 and then takes us through Revelation 3 and Galatians 6 as we examine some of the issues we face in remaining faithful to the end.
Bible Text: John 1 | Preacher: Chris Birtles | Series: Your God is too small Chris Birtles shows us the significance of the Old Testament allusions to Messiah in the form of logos. We get a clearer understanding of the deity and magnificence of Christ.
Bible Text: Daniel 3 | Preacher: Tim Dannatt Tim Dannatt takes us on a tour of the life of King Nebuchadnezzar. We see how his worship of the LORD was less from his heart and more from his mouth, and learn lessons for our own lives.
Bible Text: Philippians 2.12 | Preacher: Marlon Oliver
Preacher: Malcolm Cox, Shevvy Dannatt, Tim Dannatt | Series: Leadership Training Programme First session of the Thames Valley Churches of Christ new Leadership Training Programme (LPT), led by Malcolm, Tim and Shevvy.

No Pain, No Gain

May 17, 2015
Bible Text: James 1:1-14 | Preacher: Heinrich Koorts Heinrich learning to understand the wisdom of trials and the pure joy that follows Godly decisions.
Preacher: Albert May Albert May leading a discussion on the principles and targets for this year's special contribution. Three main choices of continuing to support HOPE in Zambia, contributing to HOPE's international disaster fund or perhaps helping set up something locally in the UK.

Wonderful Grace

May 10, 2015
Bible Text: Luke 15.11-32 | Preacher: Malcolm Cox Malcolm Cox leads us through the parable of the two sons and their father from Luke 15. We learn more about the full extent of God's grace - and learn a song too!
Bible Text: Habbakuk | Preacher: Barry Lamb Barry exposing the truths of our human character at the SHINE 2015! Worship service.

In the last days

April 26, 2015
Bible Text: Acts 2 | Preacher: Tony Heath Tony Heath shows us the connection between the prophecy of Joel and the sermon by Peter in Acts 2. We learn how the Holy Spirit teaches us the difference between urgency and emergency, working it out and working out, and challenged and challenging.

Building a Strong Faith

April 24, 2015
Bible Text: Luke 6.46 | Preacher: Tim Dannatt Tim takes passages from Luke 6 & Ephesians 6 to help us build a strong faith that will stay standing after the storms and battles of life have come and gone.