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Sunday evening talk from Chris Sweetman entitled "How to pack the dishwasher" on the subject of the Sabbath. Luke 13:10-17
Sunday evening talk and worship from Chris Sweetman entitled "How to pack the dishwasher" as he teaches on the subject of the Sabbath. Luke 13:10-17
Sunday morning sermon as Rev Bimbi Abayomi-Cole preaches.
Sunday morning sermon as Chris Stern preaches on Hebrews 11:19-12:2
Sunday morning talk as Rev Mark Lavender speaks
Sunday morning sermon as Bimbi preaches
Sunday morning sermon as Rev Mark Lavender speaks on Mary and Martha from Luke 10:38-42
Sunday evening talk as Bill London speaks
Sunday evening talk as Priscila Itsagwede speaks on Luke 10:1-11 & 16-20
Sunday morning sermon as Bimbi preaches on the topic of being a new creation
Sunday morning sermon as Rev Mark Lavender preaches on Luke 9:51-62
Sunday morning sermon as Eden Parris speaks on Luke 8:26-39 and the subject of Heaven on Earth?
Sunday morning sermon as Rev Keith Foot preaches on putting God in a box
Sunday evening talk as Rev Mark Lavender speaks
Rev Keith Foot speaks on the subject of joy on Pentecost Sunday.
Seb has grown up in the youth of St Paul's and now lives to challenge men and young adults to take hold of the transforming power of Jesus in their…
All-age Sunday morning talk from Mark Sanger on John 17:20-26
Sunday evening sermon as Bimbi preaches in a sermon entitled God's ways are not our ways.
Sunday evening talk from Helen Stiff on the subject of Love the World
Sunday evening talk with Chris Stern. The talk title is 'God has come to live with us!'
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