Because He Lives

Because He Lives

Without the resurrection of Jesus there is no salvation and there is no hope - but because He lives, we can truly live too, both now and forevermore. Discover why we can have confidence in the historicity of the biblical claims about Jesus rising from the dead and learn about the profound implications of the resurrection for each of us today.

The video that Pastor Dominic refers to in the sermon about the evidence for the resurrection can be found here: https://youtu.be/v_-XIqOlhcM

Jesus' Manifesto

Jesus' Manifesto

We are called to do justice in the anointing and empowering of the Holy Spirit. We are called to demonstrate the total transformation that Jesus declared: freedom for the prisoners, recovery of sight for the blind and the oppressed to be set free. Taking insights from Jesus’ manifesto in Luke 4, this sermon looks at the how, who and what of the Church’s mission to do justice.

When God Hates Our Worship

When God Hates Our Worship

This sermon is a call to true worship and shows how we love God by also loving people. Drawing on lessons from the Old Testament book of Amos, we see that if our religion is not connected with real, practical concern for the poor, downtrodden, marginalised and forgotten, then it is valueless in God’s sight. Be inspired by this passionate call to do justice and learn about the Church’s responsibility to change the world.

Dare to Be Like Deborah

Dare to Be Like Deborah

The spiritual mother and bold leader Deborah, who we learn about in Judges chapters 4 and 5, has much to teach us. This Mother’s Day 2019 sermon challenges us to dare to have wisdom, courage and passion like Deborah; it explores how our lives and the lives of those around us could be impacted and the victories that could be won if we dared to be like Deborah.


Blessed Are Those Who Are Persecuted

Blessed Are Those Who Are Persecuted

This sermon takes us to the summit of the Beatitudes: we discover that those who follow Christ will be blessed by God and hated by the world. We tend to associate suffering with God’s displeasure but here in this final beatitude we see that the highest level of anointing is reserved for those who are persecuted for Christ. When you appreciate what the Bible has to say about persecution, you can rejoice when you are persecuted for the sake of Jesus because something will be yours on account of your suffering, that would not have been yours otherwise; this sermon tells you what that something is.


Blessed Are the Peacemakers

Blessed Are the Peacemakers

In a world filled with conflict, God calls Christians to be agents of peace. This sermon describes the true meaning of peace and shows how to not only be filled with God’s peace, but also be a peacemaker to the people around you. Discover that as you make peace, you reflect your heavenly Father and bear the family likeness.

Evangelism Seminar: Big Yes, Little Yes, Healthy Maybe

Evangelism Seminar: Big Yes, Little Yes, Healthy Maybe

In this practical and inspiring post-service seminar, Elim National Evangelist Mark Greenwood helps us to better understand the journey involved when a person comes to faith in Christ. This eye-opening session may challenge your understanding of successful evangelism and will equip you to better reach others in our 21st century culture for Christ.

A Divine Operation

A Divine Operation

Sometimes we forget that evangelism is not a human enterprise but a divine operation. In this message our guest speaker Mark Greenwood, the Elim National Evangelist, reminds us that evangelism is a God idea: as we do our bit God will do His. As we put aside our excuses we discover the most amazing thing: God goes with us wherever he sends us.

Blessed Are the Pure In Heart

Blessed Are the Pure In Heart

It is possible to live a divided life: when we don’t give ourselves totally to sin but we don’t give ourselves totally to God either. This sermon shows that a happy person is a holy person - a person with a clean heart and an undivided heart. We learn that being pure in heart means pursuing daily cleansing and making the pursuit of God’s glory the chief passion of our lives; when we live in this way we discover that it is possible to see God in quite a remarkable way in the here and now.


Blessed Are the Merciful

Blessed Are the Merciful

Although there is freedom in Christ, the unmerciful Christian is unable to walk in the full experience of this. This sermon exhorts us to examine our hearts and our actions so that mercy pervades our daily lives and we can receive the new mercies of God every morning. You will see that the biblical language for mercy implies both practical compassion for those in need, as well as forgiveness for those who have done wrong, and you will be inspired to pursue these in your life.

Courage In Obedience

Courage In Obedience

In this sermon guest speaker Sarah Parkinson - Discipleship Pastor at Letchworth Garden City Church - looks at some of the "be strong and courageous" statements in Joshua Chapter 1. Both challenging and prophetic, this sermon will inspire you to take the steps you need towards wholehearted obedience.

Blessed Are Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

Blessed Are Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

All of us are involved in a quest for fulfilment; in the fourth beatitude Jesus shows that true fulfilment is to be found in hungering and thirsting after righteousness. This sermon shows that this means desiring to live free from the power of sin and to walk right with God. You will learn how to cultivate a growing desire within you for this righteousness. 

Blessed Are the Meek

Blessed Are the Meek

In a world which often applauds might being right, Jesus says that it is actually meekness that pays dividends with God. In this message we open up the third beatitude by sketching a biblical portrait of meekness; we deal with misconceptions as to what it means to be meek and learn that meekness is not weakness but power under control. We highlight some of the eternal ramifications of living a life that is meek - blessed indeed are the meek!

Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

Is it possible we are not happy because we’ve not truly mourned over our sin? In this message we explore what Jesus meant when He said, “Blessed are those who mourn” - at first glance one of the most paradoxical statements in the entire Bible. Discover the wonderful promise of comfort and the special work of the Holy Spirit that is ours when we mourn the righteousness that we lack and start to see sin for what it is.

Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit

Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit

The road to God’s blessing starts by seeing yourself for what you are: a sinner in need of a saviour. Being poor of spirit is about acknowledging our total spiritual bankruptcy before God and our utter dependence on Him. This message will give you a new perspective on brokenness and will open your eyes to the amazing blessing that awaits the one who humbly bows their heart to Christ.

The Blessed Life

The Blessed Life

This sermon is in two parts: the first introduces our new series on the beatitudes in Matthew 5 and the second unpacks a rhema word to One Church from Matthew 5:1-2. Learn the distinguishing marks of a true Christian and the discover the kind of life that attracts the blessing of God.

O Little Town of Bethlehem

O Little Town of Bethlehem

The popular carol ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem’ offers a beautiful window into the Christmas story and is packed full of biblical truth and inspiration. This sermon highlights the meaning behind some of the most poignant lyrics, enabling you to sing the song again with fresh fervour. insight and appreciation.

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

This message draws upon the profound truths about the Lord Jesus Christ as presented in the carol, ‘Hark! The Herald Angels Sing’. Experience the wonder of the Christmas story as this hymn is unpacked.

O Holy Night

O Holy Night

This message draws lessons from the carol ‘O Holy Night’; learn how faith and obedience in God opens up amazing opportunities for us to shine for Him.

Joy to the World

Joy to the World

In this message we take a closer look at the carol ‘Joy to the World’. The carol highlights a few examples of the many gifts that God has blessed us with. As we unwrap these gifts with joy, may we be reminded that the greatest gift we can give back to God is to make room in our hearts and lives for Him.