Sermons are based around words that the preacher believes God wants to bring to the church.
If you are having difficulty downloading and listening to sermons or viewing the powerpoints please click here for some suggestions.
Please note: not all sermons are recorded.
|Date||AM / PM||Sermon download MP4|
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|02 May 2021||Morning||Fran - Sunday sermon|
|25 Apr 2021||Morning||Angie - Gifts of the Holy Spirit part 3||Powerpoint|
|18 Apr 2021||Morning||Pauline - Gifts of the Holy Spirit|
|11 Apr 2021||Morning||Steve - What are the Gifts|
|04 Apr 2021||Morning||Doug and Ceri - Easter Sunday|
|28 Mar 2021||Morning||Tricia - It’s not all that it seems|
|21 Mar 2021||Morning||Will Andrews - Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead|
|14 Mar 2021||Morning||Tricia - The Samaritan Woman|
|07 Mar 2021||Morning||Pauline - Spiritual Rebirth|
|28 Feb 2021||Morning||Kate Young - Unity and maturity|
|21 Feb 2021||Morning||Graham Brown - A Call to Arms|
|14 Feb 2021||Morning||Ceri - A new and living Way|
|07 Feb 2021||Morning||Fran - Jesus, Jesus and nothing but Jesus|
|31 Jan 2021||Morning||Pauline - Pilgrims make progress to maturity||Image|
|24 Jan 2021||Morning||Tricia - No Compromise|
|17 Jan 2021||Morning||Kevin How - Gods Hug|
|03 Jan 2021||Morning||Meg - Jesus our soon and coming King|
|27 Dec 2020||Morning||Tricia - The Magi visit Jesus - Matthew 2 vss 1-23|
|20 Dec 2020||Evening||Emma - Thoughts by candlelight|
|20 Dec 2020||Morning||Pauline - Approaching God with a soft heart|
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The sermons are in a common standard, mp4, and are playable using a variety of players including the free Apple Quicktime player which can be installed here.
If they don’t play straight off the website having installed Quicktime, then right click the sermon, chose “save target as” and save the sermon to somewhere on the computer. Either doubleclicking the downloaded file, or right clicking it and choosing “open with” and “Quicktime” should do the trick.
Some people are finding that they cannot open documents downloaded from the website. This is because the church has standardised on Office 2007 which saves documents by default as .docx/.pptx/xlsx whereas older versions of Office save them as .doc/.ppt/.xls (OpenOffice 3.0 handles .docx files as standard).
There is a solution offered by Microsoft, which is to install the free compatibility pack to their older version of Office, it can be found here. This will work for Office 2000 and Office 2003. If you have an older version of Office then please email the church and we will do our best to provide a compatible document.
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