Our Vision is Jesus. Our Mission is People. Our Cause is Grace.
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Coming up in our life:
Religion is widely blamed for much of the violent extremism in our world, both today and in the past. All religions declare that peace and reconciliation are their goals, yet all too often they appear to exacerbate conflicts. Does religion lead to violence? What is the relationship between extremism and God? Is the Christian faith any different? And is extremism always bad?
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Catch up on our current sermon series
Following Jesus as he sends us on mission can add serious complications to our lives — especially when it comes to relationships with our friends, families, and colleagues. What does it look like to have the snake-like wisdom and dove-like innocence Jesus calls us to in our wolf-eat-sheep world?
To be a disciple of Jesus is to be sent by him into his world on his mission. This first sermon in the series on Jesus instructions to his disciples on mission opens up the beautiful wise balance that Jesus preserves.
More and more, our culture is characterised by tribalism - identity politics, victim status, minority identity. Where do we get the spiritual resources to own the different experiences that constitute us as people, and at the same time to overcome boundaries? This sermon explores how the gospel transcends tribalism.