Don’t leave dead things in the dark | Jason Elsmore

| May 12, 2024


Sin doesn’t make you bad – it makes you dead. Sin destroys you because as Paul argues, it enslaves you. We all are in danger of being enslaved by sin. It may be life destroying habits that we often think of, but may also be the small, justifiable things that take hold of our heart over the long time – like gossip or envy, pride, or laziness. It is for all of these enslaving sins that Christ came to die for in order that we may be set free.




Unrighteous to Righteous | Andrew Sercombe

| May 5, 2024

No matter how hard we try or how good we may be, we cannot save ourselves. All have sinned BUT all are justified freely through the gift of Jesus’ atoning death. Jesus, God in human form, the perfect sacrifice, gave himself for every person in order that our guilt may be accounted for. The righteous for the unrighteous. Jesus became what we are in order that we could become what he is. And in doing so, Jesus has fulfilled the law for us.



Sinner to Saved | Mark Dean

| April 29, 2024


There is a longing for peace in every human heart. We often look for peace in temporal places, but true peace is found in peace with God. The good news is that Jesus came to give us peace with God by faith in him. Romans 5:6 tells us that “while we were still sinners, Christ died for the ungodly”. Jesus came for us when we were at our worst and now we can choose life in him. When we choose faith in Him, we go from sinner to saved.



Romans – Good News! | Tim Lucas

| April 22, 2024

We all are hopelessly caught in our sin. We all have the tendency to worship created things, rather than worship the Creator. But in the midst of this bad news, there is Good News! There is a power for salvation that has come to rescue us. In the darkness there is hope for all of humanity.



Fully Devoted to Jesus | Jason Elsmore

| April 14, 2024

The joy of knowing Jesus is greater than the cost of following Jesus. What cost are you willing to pay to know Jesus better? None of us can buy or earn our way to salvation, but for all of us, knowing Jesus comes at a cost. It’s true in the natural as we grow with our our family, our spouse or our friends; and it’s true in the supernatural with Jesus.



Living An Interrupted Life | Elena Ciobo

| April 7, 2024

What can we learn about the way that Jesus lived his life? We often see Jesus seemingly interrupted by those around him, and he chose to spend time with them. In this message, Elena Ciobo helps us understand the opportunities that we can behave when we choose to live a life interrupted.




Resurrection Sunday 2024

| March 31, 2024


This message is a reminder that Jesus has already set a place for you at His table. That seat? It’s not a VIP ticket you earn through merit. Jesus already paid the price. His blood-stained cross declared, “It is finished.” Our sins, our shame, our regrets—all nailed there.



Good Friday 2024 ✟

| March 29, 2024



Join us for Good Friday as we reflect on being seated with Jesus. Together, we’ll look at the journey of Jesus and what his life and death means for us today.



Jesus Seated on a Donkey | Jason Elsmore

| March 24, 2024

This Palm Sunday we’ll explore the truth that Jesus, following His triumphant entry into Jerusalem, now sits at God’s right hand, And here’s the exciting part: as believers, we’re not just bystanders—we’re right there with Him, seated in heavenly realms. That’s the extraordinary inheritance we have as God’s children.



Magnify the Lord through Worship | Susan Elsmore

| March 17, 2024

In the midst of many unknowns, Mary chooses to write a song and magnify the Lord, but not for the first time. In a time when no one had a personal bible, Mary borrowed words from the Psalms that she had sung and memorised as a young girl. God chose Mary to a great thing because she was a bible memoriser. She was a humble worshipper. Mary was a magnifier of God Almighty and her song is still sung all over the world, every day of the year, declaring holy is His name.

My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Saviour, for he has looked on the humble estate of his servant. For behold, from now on all generations will call me blessed; for he who is mighty has done great things for me, and holy is his name. (Luke 1:46-48 ESV)



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