A people of hope

A people of hope

Turnham Green
Death is not the end. There is hope in even the darkest of places.

John 19:38-42

What we give we gain

What we give we gain

The 9
If we can be alive to the ways Mammon operates in our society and can dethrone him by not falling for it but putting our resources at God's disposal, those assets can give us peace, life and joy.

John 19:38-42

How to pray

Friday Communion
Richard gives a guide on how to pray as we begin the Kingdom Come week, with an inspiring testimony from Valerie.

Luke 11:1-13

The chair of the Redeemer

The chair of the Redeemer

The 6
The chair of the Redeemer, when offered to the redeemed gives them value. How does Jesus' washing of the disciples' feet tell us of our value? What responsibility are we given as those whose body and feet are washed by the King of kings?

John 13:1-11

What we receive we treat as ours

What we receive we treat as ours

Turnham Green
Ruth looks at the relationship between money and power and how Jesus calls us to live with power, then challenges us to explore what radical act of giving or 'foot washing' Jesus is calling us to in our everyday lives.

John 13:1-11

Waiting for the power of God

Friday Communion
Waiting for God to show up in power is one of the hardest things we encounter in our faith journeys. Emma and Richard give encouragement and testimonies about seasons of waiting.

Acts 1:1-11

What we have we hold

What we have we hold

Turnham Green
How is it that some perfume, feet and hair show us one of the purest and most beautiful examples of what it means to be a Christian in all scripture? See what Mary sees and become free from the lies that Mammon sells us.

John 12:1-11

What we measure controls us

What we measure controls us

Turnham Green
Zacchaeus gave everything to follow Jesus, but others invested wisely and gave him the profits. How do we know the right response to God?

Luke 19:1-10

When a spa break won't fix it

Friday Communion
Cleopas and his unnamed partner are on a journey to a place known for its warm baths. Trying to get over the death of their friend Jesus, they have a strange encounter on the way to Emmaus. Sometimes you need more than a rest... Richard takes you through the treatment, Jesus style.

Luke 24:13-35

What you see you value

What you see you value

The 6
Richard speaks to our youth and young adults on living a life that inspires you away from the pursuit of 'mammon' and 'baal'. Even if you feel like Lazarus life may be coming your way.

John 11:38-44

Do you value you?

Do you value you?

St. Alban's
What you see you value - but do you value you? John Mullaly and Richard Moy outline the role we all get to play in seeing dead things come to life. A look at the life of Lazarus.

John 11:38-44

Resurrection Day

Friday Communion
How would you react if you were the first people to see an empty tomb where you expected Jesus' body to lie? Clues and hints from the text as to what the Christian faith is all about.

Luke 24:1-12

Vulnerable Mission

The 6
Be inspired as Jamie Sewell (Message Trust London) shares the power of making ourselves vulnerable whilst doing mission.

Matthew 10

Vision Sunday 2017

Vision Sunday 2017

Vision Sunday
Richard reflects on our journey as a church in the last few years and God's provision for us like manna in the desert, but the vision for moving forward is that we need to farm the promised land which God has given us. 

Matthew 13:45-46

Eternal Kingdom Value

Friday Communion
Mike explains the hope we have in the resurrection, that working for Christ has permanent value: "One life shall soon be past, but what's done for Christ will last."

Psalm 49, Luke 20:45 - 21:4

A story with impact

Turnham Green
Hear the story of Axel the angel and the stone that was rolled away.

Matthew 27:62 - 28:15

Because He Lives

Turnham Green
The consequence of the resurrection: deciding what you believe about the resurrection is vital. Have you met the risen Lord?

Matthew 27:62 - 28:15

Hours of the Cross

Hours of the Cross
A three hour service condensed here with readings and reflections on Jesus' Passion from the viewpoints of the servant of the High Priest, the High Priest Caiaphas, Peter, Pilate and Mary, followed by Richard's reflections on his recent pilgrimage to Auschwitz.

Receiving first

Maundy Thursday
For the Maundy Thursday foot washing Communion, Richard raises a challenge: often we think of Jesus washing His disciples' feet as servant-heartedness, but our first step is to receive what Jesus has for us.

John 13:1-17