Latest Recorded Talks

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These are our most recent Sunday talks. Previous talks on Ephesians are at the Ephesians page. Older sermon series are available on Exodus1 PeterLuke's GospelIsaiah, and PhilippiansPrevious talks not in those series are on the Recorded Earlier page. You can download older files, back to 2011, from the Sermon Archive. For some of our favourites from all these collections, see the panel at the lower right of this page. 

Acts 2:32-41 – Save yourselves from this corrupt generation

Peter urgently commanded his countrymen to know the truth, repent, and be baptised.  This call to conversion is the start of the apostolic tradition; we must still obey it, be changed by it and make it known today.  (Neville Reid, 27 October 2019)

Ephesians 2:19-22 – Nourished by our Roots – Tradition

The power, value, danger and importance of tradition.  (Erik Pattison, 20 October 2019)

Romans 11:17-24 – Nourished by our Roots

Paul says we are nourished by our roots. We have roots in Christ, Israel and the Bible.  How has the church in the West gone wrong and made us weak by neglecting our roots?  (Erik Pattison, 13 October 2019)

Romans 11:13-24 – Saved by grafting

We are saved by being grafted into Jesus, and into his people Israel.  This gives us an extra root: we are rooted in Israel's history with God.  (Erik Pattison, 6 October 2019)

1 Kings 3 – Prayer for a hearing heart

God was pleased with Solomon 's prayer.  Let us also ask for a hearing heart.  (Neville Reid, 29 September 2019)

Psalm 57 – Praying for the glory of God

David's prayer, in a time of trouble, helps us pray according to God's will in hard times and at all times.  (Neville Reid, 22 September 2019)

1 Kings 17:1 & James 5:13-18 – Standing in Prayer

Elijah was introduced as a man who stood before the living God.  James, writing about prayer, says Elijah was a man just like us.  What does this mean for us as we pray?  (Erik Pattison, 15 September 2019)