Blogs

Stephen maintains an active blog covering a range of issues facing Christians today.  These often have thoughts and guides to help with basic Christian living. Other blogs cover whole church matterse and some of the ministries of the church.  On this page you’ll find the most recent blog from each category they maintain, with a link to read more.

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Sep 2017

It was great to be back among you all on the weekend and to share in worship, fellowship, and in exploring God’s Word together.  Exploring the character and leadership on Nehemiah has shown us that he was certainly a man of principle whose reverence for God was a determining attitude in his life. This week the High Court ruled that the postal vote on same-sex marriage was constitutional,  and so we will soon be invited to exercise our right the show our parliamentarians  what we think about the matter.  I encourage you......

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Stephen’s Blog

Stephen is the Minister of St James, and writes a weekly reflection on his Christian journey.

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08
Sep 2017

It was great to be back among you all on the weekend and to share in worship, fellowship, and in exploring God’s Word together.  Exploring the character and leadership on Nehemiah has shown us that he was certainly a man of principle whose reverence for God was a determining attitude in his life. This week the High Court ruled that the postal vote on same-sex marriage was constitutional,  and so we will soon be invited to exercise our right the show our parliamentarians  what we think about the matter.  I encourage you......

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Youth Blog

08
Sep 2017

It was great to be back among you all on the weekend and to share in worship, fellowship, and in exploring God’s Word together.  Exploring the character and leadership on Nehemiah has shown us that he was certainly a man of principle whose reverence for God was a determining attitude in his life. This week the High Court ruled that the postal vote on same-sex marriage was constitutional,  and so we will soon be invited to exercise our right the show our parliamentarians  what we think about the matter.  I encourage you......

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