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Current Sermon Series - Term 3 - 2019


Hebrews Chapters 1-13        'Looking to the Son'

Sunday July 21:
Hebrews 1:1-2:18                                  Numbers 21:21-35 
The glorious Son

Sunday July 28:
Hebrews 3:1-4:13                                  Numbers 22:1-21
The Faithful High Priest

Sunday August 4:
Hebrews 4:14-6:20                                Numbers 22:22-40
The Merciful High Priest

Sunday August 11:
Hebrews 7:1-28                                      Numbers 22:41-23:12
The Eternal High Priest

Sunday August 18
Hebrews 8:1-10:18                                 Numbers 23:13-30
The Priest who makes all things NEW

Sunday August 25:
Hebrews 10:19-39                                  Numbers 24:1-14
Confidence to draw near to God

Sunday September 1 (Father's Day)
Hebrews 11:1-12:3                                 Numbers 24:15-25
Obedience to live by faith

Sunday September 8:
Hebrews 12:4-29                                    Numbers 25:1-18
Endurance not to refuse discipline

Sunday September 15:
Hebrews 13:1-25                                  Numbers 26:1-4 & 51-56
Love to live together at peace


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Some more about our Preaching Program

Preaching the word of God is a matter very dear to us. We believe that we have in the Bible "the most precious thing this world affords" - a jewel of great price. In the Scriptures God makes known to us his will and his character, his thoughts and his ways. And so we aim to work our way through the Bible in a way that is accessible and manageable.

We try to not simply preach from the Bible (those things which stuck out to us and appealed to us), but to actually preach the whole Bible (even the bits we might happily have skipped over or don't really fully understand).

It is our practice to align our preaching series with the school terms. We find this coordinates things well with other areas of church life, as well as producing blocks of a good length.

During the 4 terms in each year, we will look at all or part of: a Gospel, a New Testament letter, an Old Testament book, and one other (maybe another of any of these categories, or even something topical or systematic).

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