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Psalms - pt 5 (Hope)

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Join us for our series exploring the book of Psalms and what they show us about life with God, our humanity and being vulnerable. In this fifth part Alisha shares on the role of hope in our rhythm of life from orientation to disorientation to reorientation.

(Apologies for the poor audio quality, we had to use backup measures this Sunday)

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Psalms - pt 4 (Wisdom)

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Join us for our series exploring the book of Psalms and what they show us about life with God, our humanity and being vulnerable. In this fourth part Strahan discusses how in an age of information and knowledge, wisdom only comes about through the transformation of these into revelation through the presence of God.

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Psalms - pt 3 (Lament)

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Join us for our series exploring the book of Psalms and what they show us about life with God, our humanity and being vulnerable. In this third part Dan unpacks the Psalmist’s expression of lament and the permission it gives us to be people of expression with God in all things and then we hear from Antony Jeffares about his own journey of expression.

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Psalms - pt 2 (Praise)

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Join us for our series exploring the book of Psalms and what they show us about life with God, our humanity and being vulnerable. In this first part Dan unpacks the Psalmist’s expression of praise and the perspective they offer us to consider. We also hear from Rob about our own disruptive practice of praising God together each week.

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Psalms - pt 1 (How do we handle this book?)

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Join us for our series exploring the book of Psalms and what they show us about life with God, our humanity and being vulnerable. In this first part Dan Sheed sets up the journey by checking in with how we can read Scripture well with humility, a slower pace and vulnerability.

Reading is a gift, but only if the words are taken into the soul—eaten, chewed, gnawed, received in unhurried delight.
— Eugene Peterson

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The Art of Living Outward Remix - pt 6 (Proximity)

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Come on the journey of exploring our missional vision as a church as we remix the very first sermon series we did as a community and include some fresh discoveries since. In this final part, Dan shares on the proximity required for us to love our neighbours and live outward.

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The Art of Living Outward Remix - pt 4 (People)

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Come on the journey of exploring our missional vision as a church as we remix the very first sermon series we did as a community and include some fresh discoveries since. In this fourth part Alisha Wiseman explore the call to love our neighbours – not just as an idea, but actually loving them…

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The Art of Living Outward Remix - pt 3 (Place)

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Come on the journey of exploring our missional vision as a church as we remix the very first sermon series we did as a community and include some fresh discoveries since. In this third part Strahan Coleman looks at our current cultural epidemic of loneliness and the role of Biblical hospitality making a difference..

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The Art of Living Outward Remix - pt 2 (Witnesses who embody a story)

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Come on the journey of exploring our missional vision as a church as we remix the very first sermon series we did as a community and include some fresh discoveries since. In this second part Dan Sheed digs deeper on how Jesus says we are “the light of the world” and looks into how we are to be witnesses who embody a story.

Lampstands. Jesus calls these new communities in these cities lampstands. Churches are the placed people of God’s presence, the place of God’s life and the place of God’s mission.

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The Art of Living Outward Remix - pt 1 (A missional problem, light and lampstands)

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Come on the journey of exploring our missional vision as a church as we remix the very first sermon series we did as a community and include some fresh discoveries since. In this first part Dan Sheed introduces the missional problem we have and Hannah Bates introduces us to a bigger story of the mission of the church.

Lampstands. Jesus calls these new communities in these cities lampstands. Churches are the placed people of God’s presence, the place of God’s life and the place of God’s mission.

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How are you? (A word on 1 Thessalonians 5:14, growth stage theory and patience)

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In this in-between-series moment, Dan shares on the paradigm of 1 Thessalonians 5:14 as a way of identifying how we are going with God, some growth stage theory and an exhortation to becoming patient.

Brothers and sisters, I urge you to warn the apathetic, to encourage the timid, to care for the broken and always be patient with everyone.
— 1 Thessalonians 5:14

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Sacred Differences - pt 7 (Reconciliation)

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Join us for the last of our series ‘Sacred Differences’, where we explore the vision for diversity, unity and reconciliation in the Kingdom of God. This week Amanda Pilbrow finishes the series with her own journey of reconciliation and the generous invitation to the Table for all.

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Sacred Differences - pt 6 (Diverse People)

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Join us for our series ‘Sacred Differences’, where we explore the vision for diversity, unity and reconciliation in the Kingdom of God. This week Dan and Gab tag-teamed a talk on three things that make us diverse people: our passions, personalities and pathways of connecting to God.

Isn’t it amazing that we are all made in God’s image, and yet there is so much diversity among his people?
— Desmond Tutu

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Sacred Differences - pt 5 (Cultural Diversity)

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Join us for our series ‘Sacred Differences’, where we explore the vision for diversity, unity and reconciliation in the Kingdom of God. This week we have three voices sharing their stories and lived-perspectives of cultural diversity with us: Mike, Natalie and Jesse.

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Sacred Differences - pt 4 (Unity, not uniformity)

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Join us for our series ‘Sacred Differences’, where we explore the vision for diversity, unity and reconciliation in the Kingdom of God. This week guest speaker Luke Geraty unpacks Philippians 2 and asks how the church can be a place of unity, not uniformity.

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Sacred Differences - pt 3 (Gender)

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Join us for our new series Sacred Differences, where we explore the vision for diversity, unity and reconciliation in the Kingdom of God. This week Dan and Alisha tag-team a talk on gender difference in the church, together framing up some of the issues that have been experienced and then painting a picture for a vision of the future.

God didn’t create a world where one gender can flourish at the expense of the other. In God’s world, the true flourishing of one depends on and promotes the full flourishing of the other. In fact, God’s kingdom purposes for the world hinge on how well we both flourish and pull together to serve him.
— Carolyn James

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Sacred Differences - pt 2 (Ladders, stages, ages and gifts)

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Join us for our new series Sacred Differences, where we explore the vision for diversity, unity and reconciliation in the Kingdom of God. This week Dan teaches on the removal of the social ladder in the early church and we hear from a couple of our own with their story of the gift of difference amongst each other.

In Christ we now have a flattened reality to live in together.

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