Sermons on John

Sermons on John

One minute after you die – is there life after death? (Geoff Snook)

Is there life after death? In the first part of this series, we’ll explore the three things that happen when our life on this earth is done. The third thing might be the toughest to grasp—we’ll all face judgment, but who does the judging, and what will we be judged on? Your afterlife is dependent on the life you live now. If you’d like to join the reading plan for the next 6 days, join us at Discussion Guide…

Revival at Cane Ridge and the Last Will and Testament (Laura Snook)

Two of the more bizarre stories from the early days of Churches of Christ are connected to one of the founders, Barton Stone. Stone was a young Presbyterian minister who left behind the divisions of denominations to help launch the Restoration Movement. A significant turning point was his role in the Cane Ridge Revival in Kentucky in 1801. Tens of thousands of people came from far and wide, cutting across socio-economic and racial boundaries to experience an outpouring of the…

Christians only, but not the only Christians (Geoff Snook)

The Restoration Movement: how history shapes our faith today In this series we’ll dive deep into the rich history of the Restoration Movement. Our church was planted from this movement 50 years ago, and its roots go back over 200 years and across the ocean. The founders of what we now call Churches of Christ had a deep conviction about restoring the church to its New Testament origins. As we journey from the past to the present, we’ll discover how…

Spiritual dehydration (Kate Cathcart)

Spiritual dehydration – know the signs & drink some water. As adults, it is easy to recognise the signs of dehydration – and to apply the cure – to drink some water – but children have to learn these things, and often be led to water – or put on a drip. Have we, as spiritually mature adults, learnt the signs of spiritual dehydration and do we know how to quench this thirst? Connect with us anytime at

My Jesus Story (with Donna Savill)

Three times in John’s gospel we read about people being invited to ‘Come and see’ Jesus. “Come and see,” Jesus said. (1:39)“Come and see for yourself,” Philip replied. (1:46)“Come and see a man who told me everything I ever did! Could he possibly be the Messiah?” (4:29) We are invited to come to Jesus and experience him for ourselves. The best posture for us with Jesus is to:* Come surrendered* Come seeking* Come with a soft heart Connect with us…

Easter Sunday 2023

If all you knew was the 3pm Friday story, Christianity wouldn’t make any sense. A troublesome spiritual teacher is crucified, and then is declared to be God by the very empire that killed him?! The resurrection is why Easter is such a big deal. The end of the story makes the whole story worth telling. Connect with us any time at

Hymn of Heaven (Behind the music)

Each song we sing as a church has a foundation in the Bible. In this series we’ll dig deeper into the stories and passages that have shaped a particular song. This series will grow your understanding of the Bible and your desire to worship God through song. This week Laura talked about the song ‘Hymn of Heaven’ by Phil Wickham. You can listen to the song here: You can join us next Sunday in person at 9.30am and 5.30pm.…

The gift of love (Christmas Day 2022)

God chose to send his one and only Son in an act of sacrificial love. Today we still benefit from this gift because Jesus grew up to show the ultimate act of love on the cross. We can give each other the gift of sacrificial love instead of selfishness. At Christmas time we often exchange gifts that don’t last. They are eaten up, worn out and used, sometimes even before the end of Christmas Day. In the first Christmas story…

You need the active help of the Spirit

You can’t live out your calling without the Spirit’s active help. Breathe! Throughout this series our small groups will be discussing the passages and topics each week. Please get in touch with us if you’d like to join a group for this series. You can find the discussion guide here: You can join us next week in-person at 9.30am or 5.30pm, or connect with us any time at
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