Sermons from August 2017

Acts 27:1-38

As Paul is now sent from Caesarea with Roman guards and companions to head towards Rome, it is late in the year and good sailing weather is quickly passing. The traveling group makes it as far as Crete, but the port of Fair Havens was not good for a winter’s stay and against Paul’s advice…

Acts 26:12-32

As we continue in Acts 26, Paul is in the middle of sharing his life story/testimony of his miraculous conversion again, with royalty and Roman leadership there listening to him. It is towards the end of this that Festus has had enough of Paul’s words, but Paul has clearly convicted King Agrippa, who says “you…

Acts 25:1-27; 26:1-11

We are told at the end of Acts chapter 24 that Paul was under arrest by Felix for two years in Caesarea before Felix is replaced as governor by Festus. Acts chapter 25 and 26 continue this story after these two years as Festus tries to understand what to do with Paul. In today’s message…

Communion Sunday: Deeper Still

On this Communion Sunday, and as a preface to the evening concert titled “Deeper Still”, Pastor Steve walks through the vision given to Ezekiel of the life-giving river flowing from the temple and discusses the concept of going “deeper still” with God in our own lives.