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Our Values

Our values form a framework that runs through everything we do as a church.  They bring strength, security and direction, and help to determine church culture.  They are a vital part of our DNA.
  • We value personal relationship with God, through faith in Christ.
  • We value personal and intentional growth to spiritual maturity in the grace of God.
  • We value prayer as a two-way conversation with God, which nurtures our relationship with him.
  • We value the Bible as the written word of God to us, the heart and foundation of our teaching and equipping.  The message of the Bible is timeless and true for every generation and should be communicated in a culturally relevant manner.
  • We value the church meeting together regularly as one body and in small groups for worship, prayer, equipping and fellowship.
  • We value the presence and power of God seen in signs, wonders, healing, miracles, and gifts of the Holy Spirit, glorifying Jesus and building his church.
  • We value the church as the body of Christ, one body with many individually and uniquely gifted parts which builds itself up in love as each part does its work.
  • We value all people as uniquely made in the image of God and loved by him, endeavouring to treat every person with acceptance, respect, dignity and significance.
  • We value Jesus’ commission to the church to go into all the world and make disciples of all nations.

Friday 26 October
8:30amLadies Prayer Meeting @ Liberty Centre
Sunday 28 October
11:00amChurch Together @ Queen Anne High Schoool
Friday 2 November
8:30amLadies Prayer Meeting @ Liberty Centre
Sunday 4 November
11:00amChurch Together @ Queen Anne High Schoool

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Galatians: Embryo
Stan Lyth, 21/10/2018
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Galatians: It's Yours By Faith
George Alexander, 30/09/2018
Galatians: 10 FAQs On Justification
George Alexander, 23/09/2018
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