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Prayer

Who I Am

I am a child of God. I’m no longer a slave to sin. I am more than a conqueror. I am a new creation. I am His and no weapon formed against me shall prosper because it is no longer I who lives but Christ who lives in me.

Direct My Words

Let the words of my mouth and thoughts of my heart be filled with God’s words. Let them penetrate deep in my spirit. Let the Peace of God, the Joy of the Spirit, His guidance and direction overflow in me now.
When I speak let it help people grow stronger and let me be known as blessing to the people around me. Let the Word of God unwrap true life and radiant health.


Global & Local Response

  • We pray for a rapid increase in answers to find anti-viral treatments and ultimately a vaccine that will restore our health & wellbeing.
  • Together we pray for those at the frontline including Government, health-workers and others providing essential services, whose collective efforts are saving lives.
  • We pray for families, parents, children & couples living in close proximity through this time, strength to their relationships, communication and the peace of God.
  • We pray for people who because of the pandemic can no longer work until they receive payments that their hearts and minds would receive assurance from God.
  • Finally we pray for anxious thoughts that through our prayers we can make our requests known to you and we will have your peace.

Communion

Communion celebrates the Gospel: Jesus was broken for us so that we can be fixed by Him.

Celebrating communion marks the story of Jesus, how He gave Himself completely to give us a better life, a new start, and a fresh relationship with God (1 Peter 3:18). It’s not about a ritual to revere, but a person to worship. Jesus is less concerned about the method of celebrating communion and more concerned that we celebrate it.

As often as we remember Jesus, we should celebrate Jesus.

Communion is important because it’s a command to remember. Jesus wants us to remember every time we taste bread and wine, and even when we sit at the tables in our own homes, that He is the one who provides all we need. He gives us the physical food that we need to survive and the spiritual nourishment we need to keep taking our next steps with Him.

For I pass on to you what I received from the Lord himself. On the night when he was betrayed, the Lord Jesus took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and said, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way, he took the cup of wine after supper, saying, “This cup is the new covenant between God and his people—an agreement confirmed with my blood. Do this in remembrance of me as often as you drink it.” For every time you eat this bread and drink this cup, you are announcing the Lord’s death until he comes again.

1 Corinthians 11:23-26 (NLT)

Thank Jesus for the sacrifice that He made for us. Celebrate the freedom and grace that we received through His sacrifice.

Final prayer: “Jesus, thank you for your sacrifice. I am free because of you.”

Worship

Below are some links to playlists on Spotify and YouTube so that you can continue your worship through the week.

Sunday Sermons

Below is a list of our latest Sunday message.

Giving

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