By the Way
By the Way is a simple, informal evening service with reflective worship and thoughtful teaching. It’s a place where there’s time and space to be with God, to be with others, and to explore what it means to follow Jesus. The service takes place at 6.30pm on Sunday evenings and is followed by refreshments at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome.
April-May 2013: Rumours of Life
In the weeks following Easter we explore passages from the Gospels that relate to Jesus’ disciples experience of the Resurrection. This series is inspired by David Runcorn’s Rumours of Life.
May-July 2013: God's Big Picture: tracing the storyline of the Bible
Sixty-six books, multiple authors, written over 2,000 years, in many different genres. How can we begin to understand the Bible as a whole? This series is inspired by Vaughan Roberts’ God’s Big Picture.
Once term begins, recordings of these talks can be found here
|7 Apr||A door has cracked open||Jeremy Key Pugh|
|14 Apr||Loving the space between||Alan Garrow|
|21 Apr||Stranger on the Road||Mark Cregan|
|28 April||The wounds that keep us||Edward Mason|
|5 May||Some of our women amazed us||Anne Dowling|
|12 May||It's flesh I'm talking about here||Martin Lloyd Williams|
|19 May||Pentecost Evening Eucharist||Alan Garrow|
|26 May||The Pattern of the Kingdom||Mark Cregan|
|2 June||The Perished Kingdom||Roger Salisbury|
|9 June||The Promised Kingdom||Emma Ineson|
|16 June||The Partial Kingdom||Mike Starkey|
|23 June||The Prophecied Kingdom||Michael Craine|
|30 June||The Present Kingdom||Sarah Hartley|
|7 July||The Proclaimed Kingdom||Edward Mason|
|14 July||The Perfected Kingdom||Robert Hicks|
Go to sermon recordings to hear the talks from this series and from the Spring 2013 series: Red Letter Christianity