Welcome to our Sunday Morning Service Join us each Sunday morning at 10.30 am. We encourage all children and babies to stay in the service until they go to their special classes, as we do not mind the noise, but we do have a crèche facility if you feel you need it.
For the month of August we are going through the book of Jonah. The purpose of this book is to show that God is a merciful and gracious God. Although the wicked city of Nineveh deserved to be crushed, God was patient towards them. A reluctant prophet, Jonah originally ran from God before delivering a message of repentance to the city of Nineveh.
In chapter 1, God directed Jonah to go to Nineveh, however, Jonah disobeyed, boarded a ship and headed for Tarshish. The sailors of the ship became concerned because of a great storm that brewed and Jonah explained that God was bringing judgment upon him. The sailors threw him into the sea where he was swallowed by an enormous fish.
Chapter 2-3, After God had the fish cough him up, three days later Jonah obeyed God and went to Nineveh to fulfill his mission. Jonah preached a message of repentance and to his surprise, the sinful city repented.
In chapter 4, God deals with Jonah and teaches him about His love and compassion.
|12 August||Phil Waters||Jonah 2||Jonah's Prayer|
|19 August||Phil Waters||Jonah 3||Jonah Declares (& Ninevah Repents)|
|26 August||Simon Brewer||Jonah 4||Jonah's Displeasure (& God's Rebuke)|
|02 September||Phil Waters||Romans 10: 1 – 13||The Word is Near|
|09 September||Tony Carter||Romans 10: 14 – 21||Declaring the Gospel|
|16 September||Martyn Dunning||Romans 11: 1 – 12||Israel is not Cast Away|
|23 September||Mark Foss||Romans 11: 12 – 24||The Danger of Unbelief|
|30 September||Phil Waters||Romans 11: 25 – 36||God's Plan for Israel|