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'Filled' - Sunday 15th April 2018

What does a 'full' life look like? What if your life could be filled with wisdom, fruitfulness, inner strength, perseverence, joy and thankfulness? That would be a full life. The question is, where do you find those things? And how do you see them growing and filling your life? This Sunday we will be looking at Colossians 1 and seeing how all of these qualities can be o...

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The Secure Identity and Genuine Hallmarks of Faith

Today, there are any number of techniques and ideas and philosophies on offer to help you live a better, more fulfilled life. But how do you know you have the best one? Or the right one? And where does the Christian faith sit in all of that? This Sunday we begin a new series in Paul's letter to the Colossians, and it answers just these kind of questions. Join us at 10:30...

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Easter Sunday - please join us!

This Sunday we will celebrate Jesus's resurrection from the dead. It is the event that sets Christianity apart. It tells us who Jesus is, and it tells us the kind of life we can live - free of fear, full of awe-filled joy. So please come and join us Sunday morning 10:30am And please note... there will be no evening service this week....

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Venue Changes - Sunday 18th March

Sunday, 18th March, we will not be in our usual venue. The Morning Service will take place at Eglise de la Croix d'Ouchy. The Evening Service will take place at Temple d'Ecublens. You can find directions here....

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Sin, Suffering and True Greatness? Sunday 18th February

What does it mean to be truly great? What does a life well-lived look like? How can we rise above our failures and the sufferings of life that drag us down? In our Morning Service we'll be looking at what Jesus has to say about greatness - that the way up is down; to be truly great you must humble yourself. In our Evening Service we'll be looking at what Peter has to say...

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Who has the power to change your life? Sunday February 11th

Who has the power to change your life for the better? Who has the power to help you face the tough times of life? Today, our culture will tell us that only you have the power, and the right, to change your life. That the strength you need for the hard times is inside you. But the Gospel says something different - it says the power we all need to change our lives doesn't co...

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Losing your life to find it: Sunday 4th February

Our culture says that we must be true to ourselves - and let the real us 'out'. Jesus says something very different - and it has profound implications for the way we live and relate to others. He also says it's the way to real life. In our Morning Service we'll be continuing in the Gospel of Matthew: Cross and Crown. In our Evening Service we'll be continuing in 1 Peter ...

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Living in a Different World - Sunday 29th January

The world can be a confusing place at the best of times. What does it mean to thrive, or to live a full life in such a world? This Sunday we'll be looking at two different passages from the Bible that help us understand how we can navigate life in ways that do us and others good, and bring glory to God, rather than the opposite. In the Morning Service (10:30am) we'll be ...

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The Jesus Who Offends - Sunday January 14th

We tend not to think of Jesus as being offensive. Yet, in his own day, he clearly was. People didn't like being called hypocrites, or being told that it was their hearts that were the problem. But do we like hearing that any more today than they did then? And if Jesus says the problem of the human condition is the human heart - what's the solution? We can't give ourselves ...

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Advent Services Sunday 17th December

How might you respond if, after a lifetime of waiting, you finally get what you've been waiting for? In our two services this Sunday we're going to be seeing four different responses to just such a happening. And despite the fact that they all respond to the same thing - the birth of the Messiah - they are very different. The question is, how do their responses mirror our...

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