Jesus prays to his Father to bring us into the perfect loving and united relationship he has with him.
The Table, part 6: We are encouraged to come and celebrate communion with eager expectation of Jesus’ return.
The Table, part 5: When we come to celebrate communion, it doesn’t need to be gloomy, introspective, or a guilt trip.
The Table, part 4: “So then, my brothers and sisters, when you gather to eat, you should all eat together.” (1 Cor 11:33). Communion not only speaks of our relationship with God, but our unity with each other, and the … Continue reading “Fellowship: Look Around”
The Table, part 3: Communion is an invitation come to a table, where all are welcome, we proclaim Jesus’ death, and look forward to the final feast with him and his people. .
The Table, part 2: Communion is like three things: finding a winning lottery ticket, a cathedral and a kiln.
The Table, part 1: Because Jesus provides, we get to feast. Because Jesus works, we get to rest. And because Jesus dies, we get to live.
Our lives have been disrupted. The answers cannot be found inside of us. Instead, we have to look up, and also look around. We need to reconnect with God and each other.
We Love, part 3. John Groves led Kings Church Hastings in the 1980s, which was the church Kings Eastbourne was planted out of in 1988. He joins us to talk through the challenge of making disciples, which is at the … Continue reading “We Love: Discipleship”