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Turning the World Upside Down

There was a time when the Christian message was revolutionary - when, becuase it challenged the gods of the day, it incited riots. When we consider what it teaches, it has lost none of its revolutionary power - not least in its critique of religion. Join us this Sunday as we begin a new series: Upside Down World. Our Morning Service is at 10:30am, our Evening Service at ...

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Evening Service Restarts This Sunday!

This Sunday the evening service restarts after our summer break. Please join us - 6:30pm, Foyer Paroissial, St Sulpice....

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Going Through the Motions

People say, if God would only reveal himself to me, I'd go to church, I'd follow him. But would they? Would it really change them? It's possible, maybe even common, for people to go through the religious motions. That is, they go to church but it makes zero real difference in their lives - it doesn't change the kind of person they are. Why? And what if that was just as tru...

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Desertion. Betrayal. Faithful Friend - Sunday August 25th

Why do betrayers betray? Why do deserters desert? When you see the toxic fallout of unfaithfulness or desertion, you don't want to go there. But how can you stop yourself? What's behind betrayal? And what's the secret to loyalty - but not just loyalty from duty, but loyalty with joy? This Sunday we're going to look at a man in the Bible called Demas - and his story has m...

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Venue Change Sunday August 18th

This Sunday August 18th we will not be meeting in our usual venue. Please join us instead at 10:30am at the Novotel Hotel, Route de Condemine 35, Bussigny 1030....

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Timothy - Developing as a Leader - Sunday July 28th

Regardless of what title we may carry at work, all of us, in one way or another, influence others. And some of us go further that informal influence - we lead. How can that leadership and influence be itself influenced by Christian faith? Paul was a great leader. This week we will see how he poured his wisdom into Timothy to see him develop to his full potential as a lead...

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Mark and Recovering From Failure - Sunday July 14th

Personal failures are all too common. Failures of courage; moral failures; spiritual failures. The Bible is littered with them... and so, in all likelihood, is our personal experience. Yet the good news of Jesus doesn't leave us flat on our faces, it lifts us up. it restores and rebuilds broken lives. And the story of a young man named John Mark is a case in point. A young...

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Not A Team of Rivals - Sunday July 7th

This Sunday we begin our Summer Series - 'Not a Team of Rivals' - looking at the men and women Paul gathered around him to fulfill the mission, beginning with Barnabas and the gift of Encouragement. Join us at 10.30am for our Morning Service Please note, during July and August there will be no evening service....

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The Problem of (false) Prophets

There is no end to the people with an opinion on how you should live your life, or what really matters in life. The question is, whose opinions should you listen to? Things don't change, at least not much. In the days of Jeremiah the prophet there were plenty of voices on the religious landscape telling people the way to personal fulfillment. And Jeremiah has some great a...

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Being a King and the Problem of Justice

It would hardly be controversial to say that any civil society should seek to care for the poor and needy. Yet it seems so hard to achieve. Why is that? Jeremiah's interactions with a king some 2500 years ago give us a good idea why. Join us for our Morning Service, 10.30am, or our Evening Service at 6.30pm. Both will be at the Foyer Paroissial, St Sulpice....

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