Audio Recordings and Podcasting

Each week we record the talks at our morning and evening services.  These can either be listened to directly from the site or via listening to our Podcast.  
The talks shown below are the most recent ones but to see the full list go to our Media Page 

How to Read the Bible Part 1 (download)
Andy starts and introduces a new short series on how to read the Bible. In this part he gives an overview of the Bible and outlines some principles on reading it.
Andy Peck, 26/01/2020
19th January: Legalism, the danger (download)
Tim explains how to read the Bible for all its worth and engage in God's word for the journey.
Tim Welch, 19/01/2020
19th January: Churches together service (download)
Exploring what does it mean churches together.
Vision for our Nation (download)
Linda looks at how God sees the nation of Israel and God's plans for it, as given to us by the prophet Isaiah. She then goes on to how the character of God and his plans apply to us today.
Linda Holder, 12/01/2020
Going through the Storms of Life (download)
Matt looks how the Apostle Paul went through a storm in a ship on the way to Italy and how he relied on God. In the same way we are to trust in God in the storms of life.
Matt Hebditch, 12/01/2020
Nancy Lawson Thanksgiving Service (download)
Matt Hebditch, 05/01/2020
Welton Vision and Values (download)
Matt Hebditch and Matt Coomes, 05/01/2020
22nd December 2019 - Carols by Candlelight (Readings, Testimonies and Message) (download)
Various, 22/12/2019
22nd December 2019 - To Say I Love You (download)
Matt Hebditch, 22/12/2019
15th December 2019 - Standing Alongside to See God Move (download)
Jan Ladhams, 15/12/2019
15th December 2019 - The God who Restores (download)
Scott and Sarah Williamson, 15/12/2019
8th Dec:Trusting God Through the Storms (download)
Pete Skinner, 08/12/2019
8th Dec: God's Constant Love (download)
Matt Hebditch, 08/12/2019
1st December 2019 - Mission Possible (download)
Matt, Neil and Nyah, 01/12/2019
24th Nov : Christ in us, the meaning (download)
Pete Coles, 24/11/2019