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The sermon series “Prayer: It looks like you’re doing nothing, but…” starts this Sunday on praying around areas of our lives. Enjoy this preview!
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Prayer: It looks like you’re doing nothing, but…
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9.30am Fusion Service (with Live Stream) | Booking required
9.30am Connect Service | Booking required
11.30am Vernacular Service | No booking required
6.30pm In person only service | No booking required
Prayer is a topic of perpetual interest for us all. We always feel and think (quite correctly) that we need to learn, practice and do more in our prayer life. This sermon series on prayer hopes to give you a fresh perspective. Through the fresh ideas in this series we hope that your prayer life will be deepened and empowered.
In this series you will be given a some new vocabulary and methodology for prayer. The hope is that this will give you boldness in your prayer life. It will also increase the intensity of your prayer life. Ultimately, a prayer series aims at deepening your communion with God and your engagement in God’s Kingdom purposes in your life and your sphere of influence.
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We are called to be people
with a strong and clear
This means that we carry a life-informing
awareness that God reigns…
which gives us the mission to
honour and extend that reign.
We believe we are called to…