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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. 

Ephesians 4:11-24 – Grown-Up Church

Although we often assume this, Christian maturity is NOT a gradual process.  Maturity is seen in the church rather than in individuals. A grown-up church is one that is full of genuine repentance.  (Erik Pattison, 7 July 2019)

Ephesians 4:1-16 – Live Worthy - In the Church

Called and changed by God, how should we live now?  Live worthy of our calling; first of all, in the church.  For the sake of unity, we treat each other in humble love.  For the sake of maturity, we must each play our part, according to the grace given to each one.  (Neville Reid, 30 June 2019)

Ephesians 3:14-23 – Knowing God's Love Completely

When Paul prays for us to know the length, breadth, height and depth of the love of Christ, he means something very real.  (Erik Pattison, 23 June 2019)

Ephesians 2:11–3:13 – Together in Christ

God has put us together.  So value what he has done, what he has given.  (Erik Pattison, 16 June 2019)

Ephesians 2:1-10 – You were dead, then made alive

This is hard for us to take in, and hard to really believe.  What does Paul mean by these extraordinary things?  (Neville Reid, 9 June 2019.)

Ephesians 2 – An End to Hostility

Societies are deeply divided by hostility and rage.  God's answer to this is the creation of a new humanity in Christ.  (Erik Pattison, 9 June 2019.)

Ephesians 1:11-23 – I pray that you may know

The apostle prays for us to know God, know our hope, and know his power.  Knowing God's own plans and motives should give us great confidence.  (Neville Reid, 26 March 2019)

Earlier talks on Ephesians

See the separate page for the series on Ephesians so far, and a couple of earlier talks on the same letter.