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7:45pm, Wednesday, April 16, 2014
[ Organ/Choir - Holy Wednesday - Allegri's Miserere ]
11:00am, Sunday, April 13, 2014
Passage: Matthew 21:16
Duration: 15 mins 14 secs
All Christians are called and "ordained" (set apart) to join in the worship of the Most High God. We are called to surrender ourselves to him completely, and to let our lives of service become our worship. [ Organ/Choir - Palm Sunday ]
6:00pm, Sunday, April 6, 2014
Duration: 22 mins 43 secs
Thomas Place services explore big questions. Many people think that evils spirits are just a superstition; but personal experience supports the biblical view entirely. But this is not to fill us with fear, because experience also underlines the truth that Christ has already mastered evil. There may be devils, but they are not in charge. [ Thomas Place - Lent 5 ]
9:00am, Sunday, April 6, 2014
Passage: John 11:1-45
Duration: 18 mins 24 secs
Death, it turns out, is not the worst thing that can happen to us. With the resurrection of Lazarus, Jesus points to his own resurrection. Both are proof that God is master of a life that continues beyond the moment we call death. But if Jesus hung back for four days so that God's glory might be evident, if he knew his friend would shortly walk out of hte grave… why then did he weep? Today's insights from guest preacher Pastor Mark Tuffin. [ Organ/Choir - Lent 5 ]
11:00am, Sunday, March 30, 2014
Passage: John 9:3
[ Organ/Choir - Lent 4 ]
11:00am, Sunday, March 23, 2014
Passage: John 4:5-42
Duration: 23 mins 17 secs
The history of advertising shows it making some astonishing claims -- claims that are better suited to the Creator than to any product. And in today's story, which is the longest Biblical record of an individual encounter with Jesus, the Samaritan woman at the well discovers that Jesus is, indeed, the real thing. [ Organ/Choir - Lent 3 ]
9:00am, Sunday, March 16, 2014
Passage: John 3:3
Duration: 17 mins 51 secs
The letters D-R-M will help dig into the nature of being born again. Why do we need to be born again? Because, spiritually speaking we are Dead on arrival. How does this rebirth happen? Through Repentence, entering a relationship with God through the natural (water, Word and sacrament) and the supernatural (the Holy Spirit). Finally, what are the results for Me? We are made new; now we find a new way to do, to serve in the Kingdom. [ Organ/Choir - Lent 2 ]
11:00am, Sunday, March 9, 2014
Duration: 19 mins 26 secs
(First of a series about those who had Encounters With Jesus.) There can be no doubt that evil stalks this world, intent on destroying God's good creation. After his baptism, Jesus found himself doing battle with this tempter, this slanderer, this adversary (the three names given in this account to Satan). Jesus resisted temptation, but his ministry is characterised by the constant presence of evil. Our baptism into Christ marks us as participants in the continuing skirmish, but we know who wins in the end. [ Organ - Lent 1 - Buxtehude Cantata BuxWV 60 Jesu, Meine Freude ]
11:00am, Sunday, March 9, 2014
[ Special - Cantatas from Feb 9 & Mar 9 2014 ]
6:00pm, Sunday, March 2, 2014
Duration: 23 mins 29 secs
Our Thomas Place services (first Sunday evening of the month) tackle big questions. This month's question is about abortion: is it always wrong? How should we respond? Senior Pastor Andrew Brook makes clear that Christians have not always responded well. It's time for a rethink. [ Thomas Place - Transfiguration ]