Church Blog

The First Tremor

500 years ago a young German sparked the Reformation when he questioned whether the church was following the Bible’s teaching about justification by faith in Christ. We are glad he did, because our church holds dearly to many of the doctrines that were rediscovered from God’s word! Over the coming 5 weeks we are going to be celebrating the Reformation by preaching through the 5 Solas. Each of these, Scripture alone, grace alone, faith alone, Christ alone and God’s glory […]

Read More →

Wisdom On Love

As a church we’re spending time in the Old Testament book Song of Songs at the moment. To aid this, in e-news each week I’m including an excerpt from an essay Douglas Sean O’Donnell has written titled: The Earth Is Crammed with Heaven: Four Guideposts to Reading and Teaching the Song of Songs. This week we’re looking at his fourth and final guidepost (note: these are longer than normal posts, but given our subject matter worth reading). If you’d like to […]

Read More →

Human Love and the Bible

As a church we’re spending time in the Old Testament book Song of Songs at the moment. To aid this, in e-news each week I’m including an excerpt from an essay Douglas Sean O’Donnell has written titled: The Earth Is Crammed with Heaven: Four Guideposts to Reading and Teaching the Song of Songs. This week we’re looking at number two and three of his guideposts (note: these are longer than normal e-news blurbs, but given our subject matter worth reading). If […]

Read More →

“Do you understand what you are reading?”

“Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth!” …. Wohza. After the title, that is the opening line of the Song of Songs. A book of the Bible full of lyrics about romancing and love making. And a book widely misunderstood. Each Sunday over the coming 3 weeks we’re going to be spending some time in this wonderful book of the Bible.

To aid this, each week I’ll post an excerpt from an essay Douglas Sean O’Donnell has written […]

Read More →

Back to Top