A quick review of what God has done in and around STN, as Ian gives us a taster for the Big Annual Meeting.
Into a world that’s big on promises, and disappointing on deliveries, comes Easter
The first scene of any movie or play sets the scene. So did Palm Sunday, although it wasn’t the scene the people of Jerusalem expected
Have you slowed down, tried your brakes? If so, how do we get back on the treadmill? Is it really possible to only do three hours work today? Ed looks at the stress free rhythms of grace
Joanna looks at how we actually do this Christianity thing
Joanna leads a meditation on a fulfilling encounter with Jesus
Ian asks, why do we think this is the right way for things to be?
Edward gets our series about fulfilment off to a great start.
Dave Lloyd gets 2017 started at STN.
We learn about climbing mountains and building a car park as Dave strips away the options available to Joseph
Advent is a season of expectation. Just what are we expecting from church, and from our Christian faith? We learn from John the Baptist – the man with the amazing, wonderful cousin.
How is coming to church like going to the West End theatre? Andy explains how important it is to know the difference – and what we should do differently.
It’s the first Sunday of Advent and Ian concludes the Alphabites series. We hear about his John Lewis credit card, learn about what happens at Alpha, and start to pray for STN’s next course in February 2017
Ruth asks us whether we can hear God at work in our society, and challenges us to pray and then act. Gram’s story shows the power of faithful action and prayer in transforming first one person’s life, and then many more.